Commercial Litigation Solicitor (In-House)

Job Title: Commercial Litigation Solicitor (In-House)
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Manchester
Industry:
Solicitor
Commercial Litigation
Salary: £32,000 - £40,000
REF: 276
Contact Name: Duane Cormell
Contact Email: duane@realmrecruit.com
Job Published: Friday 7 Dec 2018
Genuinely rare opportunity for a commercial litigation solicitor to effectively go in-house. You will join the specialist in-house legal team of a boutique, albeit fast-growing, insurance company. You will be involved in assessing a variety of matters referred to the insurer by a wide variety of legal private practices and tasked with determining their viability or otherwise to be insured. You will receive training in underwriting and develop a broader insurance skillset to complement your legal background. 
 

Commercial Litigation Solicitor (In-house) – Manchester

The company
• Boutique insurance company that offer a niche after-the-event product in relation to a broad spectrum of litigation
• The company have significant backing and following recent investment are keen to continue growing
• Commutable from: Greater Manchester, Cheshire, Merseyside
 
The ideal candidate
• Solicitor; 1 – 5 years PQE
• Background in commercial litigation 
• The role will involve dealing with the full spectrum of disputes, so adaptability and versatility is a must  
• Strong academics, ideally including 2:1 at degree level
• Experience of handling mediations beneficial, albeit absolutely not essential
• Confident in dealing with broad array of commercial clients 
 
Added extras
• Additional annual leave with every year of service completed 
• Excellent work / life balance
• 35 hours per week 
• No arduous billing targets 
 
The next step
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