Private Practice

Civil Litigation Solicitor

Civil Litigation Solicitor

  • About the team: We are currently recruiting for a solicitor or CILEx qualified lawyer with previous litigation background is required in our busy Civil Litigation team.
  • About the role: The majority of files are backed by Legal Expenses insurance but we also deal with a number of commercial and private instructions where we act for Claimants and Defendants. Providing excellent client care is at the fore.
  • Looking for: Civil litigation experience is essential, including civil procedure knowledge.
  • Opportunities: The role provides an opportunity to become a specialist in a civil litigation field.
  • And more: We are a full service legal Company committed to delivering high-quality professional services in a cost-effective and approachable manner to institutions, businesses and individuals.

Lyons Davidson Limited

Lyons Davidson Solicitors offers a full range of legal services to individuals, families and businesses around the UK.

https://www.lyonsdavidson.co.uk/

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