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Commercial Litigation Knowledge Lawyer

Employer
Lipson Lloyd-Jones
Location
England, South East England
Salary
£Market
Closing date
4 Jul 2024
Reference
74215

Job Details


THE FIRM

A leading South East commercial law firm.

THE ROLE

Ideally full time but will consider part time role for a Knowledge Lawyer - Commercial Litigation

You will support the commercial litigation team in handling a range of contentious work, covering High Court litigation, international arbitration and cross border disputes.

The role will be focussed on managing the team's know how, precedents and training programme as well as helping to project manage litigation and internal projects to enhance the service offering.

There will also be the opportunity to support the team with its PR strategy by suggesting and drafting comment and articles for the website and external press.


The work will involve inter alia


* Drafting and maintaining a comprehensive suite of precedents and guidance notes for use by the team.
* Keeping on top of and updating the team on latest developments in case law and court procedure, including running a programme of regular know how meetings.
* Supporting fee earners with research and acting as a sounding board on points of law and procedural issues.
* Maintaining an up-to-date repository of example documents and encouraging contribution from fee earners.
* Drafting and managing the department's Learning & Development plan and supporting the delivery of the plan.
* Providing introductory training on commercial litigation matters to trainees and new joiners.
* Drafting articles on legal topics and other material for publication
* Liaising with the firm's Information Services Officer in relation to litigation and arbitration resources
* Liaising with knowledge lawyers across the firm on cross-departmental issues and initiatives

THE CANDIDATE

Ideally an established commercial litigation knowledge lawyer with 5pqe+

The firm will also consider commercial litigation fee earners who are looking to transition into a knowledge lawyer role.

You will need to be a qualified lawyer with significant relevant experience in commercial disputes.

The ideal candidate will have 5pqe+ and rounded legal experience, including market knowledge of commercial litigation.

Lipson Lloyd Jones Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

Company

Lipson Lloyd-Jones was established in 1987 and provides a comprehensive coverage of the legal marketplace encompassing private practice and in-house vacancies throughout the UK and overseas.

Private Practice: We are instructed by major practices as well as the full spectrum of small, medium sized, niche and boutique firms, handling vacancies in every legal discipline at every level.

In House: Our in-house client base is vast and includes major and minor players in the financial, industrial, manufacturing, construction & engineering, commercial, media, technology, telecoms, transportation, fintech and regulatory sectors as well as start-ups.

Professional Support/Knowledge: We have considerable expertise and an impressive track record in this specialist recruitment area.

An Individual Service: Our Consultants have a vast wealth of knowledge about this most intricate and specialised marketplace, which is indispensable to every candidate seeking the right career advice, and to every employer seeking the best candidate for each vacancy.
We are well known in the market for our professional, friendly, and enthusiastic approach.
 

Company info
Website
Telephone
020 7600 1690
Location
107 Cheapside
London
EC2V 6DN
GB

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