Litigation Focus


At Frasia Wright Associates we are currently handling a range of challenging and exciting litigation opportunities and are seeing an increase in demand for litigation specialists within the profession at all levels, throughout Scotland. So, if you are looking for a new challenge as a litigation lawyer, at any level – please contact us for a confidential discussion or visit our website. A small selection of what we have to offer is featured below:

Civil & Commercial Solicitor – Edinburgh

The role will involve running a mixed caseload of civil and commercial litigated and non-litigated cases.  The ideal candidate will be NQ or up to 4 years’ PQE with experience of dealing with civil and commercial litigated and non-litigated cases.  Experience in dealing with property disputes, property damage, contractual disputes and landlord and tenant disputes is essential.  (Assignment 13675)

Dispute Resolution Solicitor – Glasgow

The team deal with a range of commercial and other civil disputes for clients in the private public and third sectors, including high value and complex litigated cases in the Court of Session and Sheriff Court.  You will be involved in a range of work which will include advising and representing clients on public and administrative law issues, including advising clients on legislation, statutory interpretation and the powers and duties of public bodies and representing clients in court challenges such as Judicial Review and Appeals and in public inquiries.  (Assignment 13701)

In-house Litigation Solicitor – Ayrshire

You will be involved in a range of interesting work and some of your duties will include:

  • Pro-actively managing defended or complex cases in order to resolve disputes, mitigate costs and protect the reputation of the company
  • Reviewing cases and suggesting and implementing strategies to increase revenue
  • Ensuring that all internal and external processing volumes & deadlines are managed and achieved, including issuing of claims, document requests, defences and enforcement activity
  • Work with other stakeholders within the business

This role would ideally suit an English qualified solicitor with experience in civil litigation and debt recovery, but Scottish qualified candidates at the NQ – 3 years’ PQE level would be considered.  The organisation is also open to hearing from experienced paralegals.  (Assignment 13697)

Junior Commercial Litigation – Glasgow

The team acts on a variety of matters from high value and complex banking litigation including commercial and investment banking disputes including mis-selling claims and fraud related issues, professional negligence claims and mortgage retail recovery claims.  To be considered for this role you should be at the NQ – 3 years’ PQE level and have experience of banking, commercial or property litigation.  (Assignment 12952)

Personal Injury Solicitor – Glasgow

You will advise on all aspects of personal injury, and in particular employer liability and public liability claims.  To be considered for this position you should have at least 5 years’ PQE in this area, although candidates with more or less experience and a desire to progress their career in this area would be considered. (Assignment 13729)

Senior IFPD Associate – Edinburgh

Exciting opportunity to join this Professional Liability Team who defends a wide range of insurers and professionals across all disciplines, in relation to all aspects of professional liability claims from policy response to litigation and disciplinary matters.  You will have a varied workload that will cover both professional negligence and commercial dispute resolutions.  You will work on claims for a range of professionals, including solicitors and construction professionals, in the Sheriff Court and Court of Session.  (Assignment 13443)

If any of the above positions are of interest or to discuss litigation opportunities more generally, please get in touch with Frasia, Cameron, Teddie, Robert or Stephanie for an initial and confidential discussion.

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