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Salary: £Competitive

Key words: Litigation Solicitor, Associate, Lawyer, Fee Earner, Litigation Associate, Litigation Lawyer, Litigation Fee Earner, Solicitor, Civil Litigation Solicitor, Civil Litigation Lawyer, Civil Litigation Associate, Civil Litigation Fee Earner

The Company

Our client has been established for over 200 years and are trusted to provide a quality and personal service via their offices in Colchester and Dunmow.

Their high standards in management and customer care have been awarded Lexcel accreditation.

They are looking to appoint a Civil Litigation Solicitor for their busy team in Colchester.

The Role

The successful Litigation Solicitor will be working with quality clients, dealing with a range of interesting matters and will need experience in handling a mixed caseload.

This role would suit a generalist litigator with a broad range of experience who will be able to deliver excellent customer service to our existing and new clients.

Essential Requirements

The successful candidate must be a UK qualified solicitor who is an experienced Generalist Litigator, use to handling a mixed caseload.

Key Skills

Background in Litigation
Ability to manage their own caseload.
Highly motivated, enthusiastic, proactive and reliable
Ability to work in a demanding team environment

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