Private Practice

Commercial Litigation Lawyer

Commercial Litigation Lawyer

  • We are looking to recruit an associate for the Leeds Litigation team who has experience working on commercial litigation matters.
  • It is essential that you have the core skills, quality and versatility to work on any type of commercial litigation and arbitration.
  • The unit represents a large number of blue chip companies, public sector authorities/departments and high net worth individuals across a huge range of sectors – retail, transport, digital, food and drink, health, industrial, automotive, energy, utilities, financial services.
  • You need to have at least 6 months' experience of commercial litigation gained within a comparable environment and at an appropriate level.
  • You should also have a clear understanding of the operations and structure of a Top 20 law firm.

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