NQ Real Estate Solicitor sought for a new role with a leading national law firm, to be based at their Liverpool office. Salary upwards of...
Chadwick Nott are now recruiting for an experienced Banking Litigation Solicitor for a new role with a leading law firm.
The firm's market leading Banking department has an array of impressive work on offer. Acting for major banks, other financial institutions, borrowers and a number of commercial clients in the property, energy, retail and manufacturing sectors amongst others, they provide a full range of advice on finance litigation matters. The team covers a wide range of disputes including complex recovery action by way of injunctive relief and otherwise, worldwide asset tracing, the effective resolution of all types of actions against banks and financial institutions (particularly where an important point of principal is involved), professional negligence actions and all aspects of asset finance related disputes and recoveries.
Due to the success of this busy team, the firm are now looking to recruit an Associate for the Leeds Litigation team who has experience working on finance litigation matters. However, it is also essential that you have the core skills, quality and versatility to work on any type of commercial litigation and arbitration.
You will have trained and gained your experience at a City, National or top regional law firm and will have a strong academic background. We are ideally looking for a minimum of 1 years PQE, but applications from NQ Solicitors with a solid litigation background who would be interested in developing a career within finance litigation are also encouraged.
This is a great opportunity to join a highly regarded law firm, with all the career, reward and personal development opportunities that brings.
Should you wish to discuss this role, or other similar opportunities, please contact Iona Kobbekaduwe for a confidential conversation.
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