This is a unique opportunity to work within a rapidly expanding team within a Legal 500 firm that recognises their Solicitors want a better quality of life whilst dealing with the best quality work.
This is a Top 50, and Chambers ranked firm.
The firm has an entrepreneurial, collaborative culture, and they will give you everything you need to grow and become the best you can be.
The firm pays above local market rate salaries and provide top quality training/development so they can give even their more junior solicitors better exposure to clients than many other practices.
This Top 50 firm is seeking a Commercial Litigation Solicitor NQ-2 PQE to join their team in Bristol, Somerset.
The role will have you working on disputes and investigations within the financial services sector.
This is an excellent chance to join a team that has an enviable client base and are going through some incredibly exciting times. Given the growth, they're looking for a new solicitor to work on disputes in Banking/Financial Services.
The team has a comprehensive client list of clearing banks, mortgage lenders, wealth clients, etc.
You will be handling a caseload for key financial services clients relating to the operation of financial services and products.
The work is of the highest quality. You will be given great exposure within this team and the opportunity to shape the rest of your career.
* You will be a Commercial Litigation Solicitor 0-2 PQE * You will be based in Bristol, Somerset. * It would be useful to be experienced in the financial services sector, HOWEVER, general commercial disputes experience would be sufficient as the firm will train and develop you in the specifics. * You should have experience of running own caseload. * You will receive a market-leading salary, which is dependent on experience.
This is an exceptional opportunity for a Commercial Litigation Solicitor NQ-2 PQE to join an outstanding financial services disputes team in Bristol, Somerset.
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