An exciting opportunity has arisen at LPC Law for a solicitor to join its litigation team based in Canary Wharf. This is a truly exciting opportunity to join a unique law firm and advance your litigation career.
LPC Law provides specialist legal advice, case management and court representation. Our team of 230 legal professionals are located in every region of England and Wales, and represent companies and individuals in every county court day in, day out.
The role is based in our litigation department, which trades as SCS Law, and specialises in civil matters including contractual disputes and money claims, landlord and tenant disputes and insolvency matters.
The role will include a varied caseload which you will be responsible for managing under the supervision of the head of litigation. Your work will be carried out on both a fixed-fee basis and at a chargeable rate.
A bright and enthusiastic individual, you will have experience running a civil litigation caseload within a fee-earning capacity. This opportunity is suited to a driven and commercially-minded individual with a proactive and team approach, and with experience in the above practice areas and an ability to undertake legal research in unfamiliar areas of law.
You must be a qualified solicitor (2+ years PQE) with experience in general civil law and commercial litigation and must display excellent client care skills. You will have the ability to work effectively under pressure and will be required to work both autonomously and as part of a team. You will demonstrate the ability to achieve key performance fee targets.
This is a permanent and full-time position. 40 hours per week, Monday to Friday. Salary is £44,200 per annum.
If you are interested in this role, please email your CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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