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Job ID: CommercialLitigation Closing Date: 07/10/2018
Position: Commercial Litigation Solicitor
Responsible to: Head of Department
Eaton Smith LLP is a well respected member of the West Yorkshire legal market and has an excellent Business Services team.
Due to an ongoing increase of work, we are looking to recruit a Solicitor to join the Dispute Resolution department, working closely with the Partner, predominantly on Commercial Litigation matters and also on Property Litigation cases.
The team strives to maintain its excellent reputation by providing effective, practical legal services to a loyal regional, national and international client-base.
You will manage your own caseload and also provide support to other fee earners within the department, across general Commercial Litigation including contract, partnership and shareholder disputes and Property Litigation including forfeiture claims.
You will work closely with the department’s Partner, whilst being encouraged to enhance your own profile through business development initiatives.
Be a qualified solicitor with at least 2 years PQE
Possess excellent interpersonal skills including written and oral communication skills.
Have a strong teamwork ethic and be prepared to adapt and act with initiative.
Ability to meet time and cost targets whilst remaining commercially aware in order to identify and pursue alternative revenue streams.
Please send your CV and covering letter to JonathanClegg@eatonsmith.co.uk
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