Litigation Solicitor
JMC Legal Recruitment
Bath, England, United Kingdom
6d ago
source : Experteer

This is a Top 100 ranked firm that can offer you a real future in your career, and this role will offer you a genuine path to progression, avoiding any glass ceiling.

This Legal 500 firm is a leading law firm in the South of England and provides a range of services to both businesses and individuals.

The firm is a true advocate of a friendly culture. They have a relaxed approach, though of course, all work very hard. They are seeking a Litigation Solicitor 2-6 years PQE for their office in Bath, Somerset.

The Role : You will manage a caseload of up to 50 Court of Protection and PI trusts matters, building strong relationships with the families and clients.

This is an excellent opportunity to create a real name for yourself. This role would be fantastic for someone that wants to take it to the next stage with a top tier firm.

Requirements : A Litigation Solicitor with 2 years PQE (to up to around 6, but get in touch if you feel you're experienced beyond this level)The ability to work as part of a team and deliver excellent client service is also essential.

Salary for this position is negotiable and dependent on experience, but the firm pays well for the local market.Ambitious to progress and develop your career within a leading law firmIn return, you will receive an excellent benefits package.

As such, this is an excellent opportunity for a Litigation Solicitor in Bath, Somerset. Apply now for immediate confidential consideration or feel free to give Charlie Simpkin a call on 0117 422 0318 for a confidential conversation!BBBH22007£40000 - £50000 per annum Negotiable DOE Benefits Bath

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