Dispute Resolution Lawyer
Dispute Resolution LawyerJob Reference: ASH-6-0404-1
Job Position: Fee Earner; Lawyer; Legal Executive; Solicitor
Practice Area: Dispute Resolution
Job Type: Permanent: Full-time
PQE: 5 years + PQE
Salary: £50-60K DOE
Due to expansion, a great full time opportunity for a dispute resolution has become available within a friendly and well respected law firm based in Christchurch.
You will be responsible for a wide range of cases including professional negligence, property, probate and contract disputes.
You will be an experienced and qualified solicitor or FCILEx with ideally around 5 years PQE. You will have excellent communication and client care skills, will be able to manage your own workload effectively and have an interest in both developing junior staff members, plus marketing and networking to help grow the business further.
This is a well established and leading mid-size Legal 500 firm with offices in Dorset and Hampshire providing a high quality service. This friendly firm also offers excellent and generous benefits, and a healthy work/life balance.
For further information and to register your interest for this position, please apply below or contact Stacey Simon on 01202 797518 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
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