Contentious Trusts, min 3 yrs PQE - Job Vacancy

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  • Location: City of London, England
  • Salary: Any per annum
  • Contact: simon@qedlegal.com
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Date Added: 3/16/2018 4:03:45 PM
  • Start Date: ASAP
Contentious Trusts Solicitor, min 3 yrs PQE, required by a high-profile London law firm.

Their dispute resolution team handles a full range of litigation matters, from contract claims to large scale, complex multi-jurisdictional disputes and judicial review. They regularly appear in the High Court and the Court of Protection as well as courts in the Channel Islands and overseas. They also have significant experience of alternative dispute resolution and, in particular, arbitration and mediation. They act for a broad array of clients including individuals, businesses ranging from small family businesses to significant corporates, banks, trustees and trust companies as well as schools, higher education institutions and not-for-profit organisations.

The team are handling significant complex cases taking place in both England & Wales and abroad (including Bermuda, New Zealand, Jersey and elsewhere) with elements of both trusts/estates and commercial litigation.

Contact Simon Beresford-Webb to apply for job

Contact Simon Beresford-Webb to apply for Contentious Trusts, min 3 yrs PQE vacancy

Call on: 0203 3322979

Or email: simon@qedlegal.com


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