Dispute Resolution Solicitor – Glasgow

Practice Area: Dispute Resolution, Civil Litigation, Commercial Litigation
Level: NQ 2022, NQ 2023, NQ, Assistant
Section: Law Firm
Location: Glasgow, Scotland, Central Belt
Ref: FW8693

This independent Scottish law firm is currently recruiting a qualified lawyer to join its highly regarded Dispute Resolution team in Glasgow on a full-time basis. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to develop their knowledge and skills across a wide range of disputes in the Commercial Courts, (both in the Court of Session and Sheriff Court), mediations and arbitrations and the regular courts.

This is an interesting and diverse role, and the post-holder will be responsible for management and case preparation, as well as engaging with witnesses and clients regularly.

The ideal candidate for this position will be a qualified lawyer at the NQ-1 PQE level with experience of commercial litigation; previous exposure to the Sheriff Court and Court of Session would be beneficial however not essential. This is a great opportunity to join a thriving practice who offer career progression prospects as well as a competitive salary and benefits package. If this position could be of interest to you, please do not hesitate to contact either Teddie or Cameron for an initial and confidential discussion. (Assignment 15589)

teddie@frasiawright.com  https://www.linkedin.com/in/teddie-wright-7b017ab7/

cameron@frasiawright.com  https://www.linkedin.com/in/cameron-adrain-22a81627/




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