Senior In House Litigation Lawyer – High-profile Banking Cases - Remote working option - £225,000

United Kingdom (GB)
Flexible dependent on experience
01 Nov 2018
29 Nov 2018
Vacancy Type
Solicitors, Barristers
Full Time

MLA have been exclusively appointed to search for a number of senior litigators to work on a very well-publicised set of cases. The client does not need lawyers currently holding a practicing certificate, but we are looking for lawyers currently working or alternatively, with very recent litigation experience. Applicants must have trained and qualified at a top 20 London law firm, and will ideally have some secondment or in-house experience in a pure litigious role.

This role will allow for complete remote working, with the exception of one or two meetings held in the City. Candidates are able to work either 4 or 5 days a week, and can generally arrange their days flexibly (e.g. working in the evenings or weekends instead of 9am-6pm on weekdays). The role will begin as a 6 month initial contract, but is very likely to last  beyond 12 months, with good performers being utilised on other cases and projects. The role can also allow for holidays during the duration of the contract. Successful candidates should be able to begin in the next 1-2 months maximum.

To discuss further, please contact Anthony Graham on 

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