Senior Associate, Insolvency and Dispute Resolution – Jersey

Practice Area: Construction Litigation, Dispute Resolution, Insolvency
Level: Associate, Partner, Full Time
Section: Law Firm
Location: Channel Islands
Ref: FW8081

We are currently working on this unique opportunity for a Solicitor to join this leading firm as Senior Counsel.  This role is based in Jersey and candidates would ideally have at least 10 years’ PQE in insolvency and dispute resolution.

Your responsibilities will include:

  • Advise on a wide range of contentious financial services related matters;
  • Advise a varied client base which includes insolvency practitioners, banks and other financial institutions, corporates, creditors, directors and shareholders on both contentious and non-contentious corporate recovery and insolvency matters;
  • Provide expert support to corporate, funds and private capital teams working on transactions for clients;
  • Participate in the development of the practice’s know-how, share knowledge and actively participate in conferences, seminars and internal training.
  • Provide technically sound advice and highly responsive service to clients, and support colleagues, and partners on all client matters.

If this position interests you, please get in touch with Cameron or Frasia for an initial and confidential discussion.  (Assignment 14260)

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

frasia@frasiawright.com   https://uk.linkedin.com/in/frasia-wright-6bbabba

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