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Insolvency Solicitor (Newly Qualified)


  • £65000 - £75000 per annum
  • Bristol
  • Posted: 26/02/2024
  • Permanent
  • Job Ref: 215295050

Job Details

Insolvency Solicitor, NQ-3 Years PQE, Bristol - A leading national law firm with an excellent reputation within the insolvency field are offering a Newly Qualified Solicitor a unique opportunity to join their team. On offer is the chance to work directly with the Partners most of whom have been recommended in Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners. On offer is an unparalleled quality of work and the opportunity to work closely with a number of well known household clients. The firm offer a competitive starting salary along with an enhanced benefits package and a really clear detailed career pan so at any stage of your career you understand what the expectation of you as an individual are and how fast you can progress your career. If you want to find out more contact Penny on 0121 454 1004 or email me at penny.trotman@enllegal.co.uk

JOB TITLE: Newly Qualified Insolvency Solicitor
PQE: NQ – 3 years pqe
LOCATION: Bristol
SALARY: £65,000 -£72,500

THE ROLE:
This is a well respected and highly regarded law firm with one of the strongest insolvency practices in the country and this is a unique opportunity to join a widely regarded team across the South West region and to advise directors of PLC’s, funders, creditors and insolvency practitioners on a really exciting caseload of work which will be a combination of non-contentious and contentious work the majority of which is high value and high profile and rather exciting caseload. You will work on cases at a corporate and also a personal level and will deal with all aspects of insolvency including asset recovery, insolvency litigation and corporate recovery. Naturally you will be managed and mentored by one of the partners.

THE CANDIDATE:
You will either be a newly qualified solicitor who will have undertaken at least one seat in insolvency or may have up to 2 years post qualification experience. You will be working at either a leading national or regional law firm and will be keen to embark your professional legal career within the insolvency field. You will have a strong academic background and have the ability to think on your feet. You must have excellent interpersonal skills and be keen undertake a client facing role, you will also be required to business develop and network within the local market. Highly ambitious and motivated this is a great opportunity to work some fantastic insolvency partners undertaking a good quality of work and complex high value issues. In return you will receive a clear career plan with the ability to clearly see how you can progress at a senior level.

THE FIRM:
My client is one of the most innovative law firms in the South West and boosts an impressive quality of work which most city law firms would be more than pleased to undertake. Their client list reads as a who's who from the FTSE 100 and this is reflected in the high praise the firm's lawyers receive in Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners. Rare opportunity for a Commercial Contracts Senior Associate / Partner to handle an existing caseload of commercial matters and assist in the further develop the department. The firm pay attractive basic salaries with an extensive benefits package with a very clear and transparent route for progression.

SALARY & BENEFITS:
On offer is a competitive basic salary along with a comprehensive benefits package along with flexible / hybrid working patterns.

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