Commercial Litigation Associate

Price Richardson
Highly competitive remuneration
22 Oct 2019
23 Oct 2019
Contract Type

Exciting opportunity to join an expanding new office of a technology-focused practice in Birmingham

My client is a fast-growing and ambitious legal firm which has already experienced exceptional growth in various locations across the UK and is now keen to expand its Birmingham operation through an experienced hire into its litigation team.

With a technology-driven approach and expanding client base, the firm is seeking to recruit an experienced litigator with knowledge of both property litigation and commercial disputes. Ideally with at least 5yrs PQE or equivalent due to the initially stand-alone nature of the role, you will be advising on a broad cross-section of matters ranging from shareholder and partnership disputes through to breach of contract and professional negligence matters, as well as property-related disputes including dilapidations, easements, rights of way and landlord & tenant matters.

The firm is keen to speak to experienced solicitors who have a broad range of litigation knowledge and who are keen to work with a practice which is bringing a fresh approach to the legal market. A following is not required for this role although candidates with a portable network of clients or referrers will be of interest.

Remuneration is highly competitive and should attract the best talent in the market.

To discuss this position in more detail call Greg Reid at Price Richardson or forward your CV in absolute confidence, either directly via the Price Richardson website or using the 'apply' link.

Price Richardson is a leading provider of retained search and recruitment services exclusively to the legal profession. Working primarily on senior level and partner hires, our experience at the top end of the market sets us apart as a recruiter of choice for top tier firms across the UK.

Price Richardson is acting as an employment agency in relation to this vacancy.

Where PQE is referred to this should be taken as indicative only and does not preclude applicants with other levels of experience who can display the necessary skill-set and supervisory requirements from being considered.