Private Practice

Commercial Dispute Resolution Solicitor

Commercial Dispute Resolution Solicitor

  • Winckworth Sherwood is an exciting, diverse and growing business. Joining our team will see you work with some of the UK’s most interesting clients.
  • The successful candidate will assist in matters led by partners and handle their own caseload subject to partner supervision. The work will involve advising clients at a pre-action stage on prospective claims, and advising and representing clients throughout any proceedings.
  • You will assist partners and senior solicitors in their conduct of matters, undertaking legal research and preparing advice notes, drafting (letters, applications, witness evidence, statements of case, instructions to counsel), undertaking disclosure exercises, assessing and summarising documentary evidence, preparing bundles for counsel and for court, and file management.
  • The commercial disputes team acts for a broad client base, including clients in the private sector (ranging from owner managed businesses to large national and multi-national companies and other professional services businesses), the public sector and third sector, as well as high net worth individuals.
  • You'll need a strong academic background, good work ethic, and excellent written and oral communication skills.

Winckworth Sherwood LLP

Winckworth Sherwood is a fast growing full service commercial firm headquartered in London with a focus on exceptional client service and a commercial approach.

https://wslaw.co.uk/

Number of Lawyers: 200

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