Employment / Commercial Litigation Legal Secretary

Solihull – £20,000 - £24,000

£20K - £24K

An Employment / Commercial Litigation Legal Secretary is required with a leading law firm based in Solihull

The successful applicant will assist within the Legal 500 law firms Employment and Commercial Litigation departments.

Skills/Experience Required:

Minimum 6 months Employment or Commercial Litigation Legal Secretary experience
Employment or Commercial Litigation experience is essential
Competent IT and Typing Skills
Diary Management
Good communicator and team worker

This is a fantastic opportunity for an Employment or Commercial Litigation Legal Secretary that is looking to join a warm friendly legal 500 law firm which offers good quality varied work. Applicants will only be considered who have experience experience in either Employment or Commercial Litigation as the firm are happy to train the successful applicant in the other area of law. Shortlisting now!!

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Chris Hodgson

Senior Recruitment Consultant
0121 272 7371


With previous recruitment experience in Education and Customer Service Sectors, Chris joined Douglas Scott in early 2015. Chris works with several clients across the whole of the Midlands area and represents a range of candidates from qualified Solicitors to those with non-qualified backgrounds such as Legal Support staff. Adding another string to his bow, Chris has also studied a Professional Marketing Course. Outside of work Chris loves travelling and has participated in extreme activities such as skydives and bungee jumps in New Zealand. He has also been part of a fire show in Singapore. 

"Chris was professional, helpful, focused on ensuring you maximise job prospects and interview techniques, and maintained good lines of communication."

Personal Injury Fee-Earner | Wolverhampton

Job Spec:

  • Area of Law: Commercial Litigation, Employment Law
  • Type: Business Support
  • Salary: £20,000 - £24,000
  • Term: Permanent
  • Location: Solihull
  • Reference: 35196345

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