Solicitor, Dispute Resolution

Solicitor, Dispute Resolution Aberdeen

Solicitor, Dispute Resolution

We are looking to recruit a Solicitor to join our expanding Dispute Resolution team and will be based in our Aberdeen office.  The successful candidate will have between 1 and 4 years PQE; however, NQ candidates with significant litigation experience may be considered.   

Blackadder’s is a full-service national law firm and the work undertaken by our Dispute Resolution team is reflective of this.  You will act for a wide range of clients (both private and commercial) with a particular emphasis on Property Litigation and Restructuring & Insolvency (the team is ranked by The Legal 500 in both fields).  This is an exciting opportunity for a Solicitor who has gained strong legal and client skills and would now like to play a meaningful role in the strategic plans of an ambitious and supportive firm.

To apply for this position please complete an application form.

No agencies please.

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Application form for Solicitor, Dispute Resolution


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