Private Practice
  • Introduction: Our Insolvency team are seeking a Solicitor to support the team with day to day work and business networking
  • About the role: You will enjoy access to a wide variety of Insolvency work, managing your own caseload from inception to conclusion, exercising professional judgement with regard to established Clarke Willmott case management system and client protocols.
  • Looking for: We are looking for someone who can make an immediate impact, and the role would be well suited to a newly qualified or junior ambitious solicitor who is looking to progress their career within Insolvency and restructuring within a supportive firm.
  • Opportunities: This role is a great opportunity for you to gain experience in both personal and corporate insolvency.
  • And more: The work requires self-motivation, resilience and strong communication skills, both written and oral.

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