Litigation Locum Solicitor

£40 - £45 per hour Element of remote working

Managing this role

Rebecca Smith

Senior Consultant 020 7759 7959

Rebecca specialises in locum fee earner recruitment for law firms in London. She recruits across multiple practice areas, often in light of staff departures, planned absence and unforeseen circumstances.  

Rebecca has worked in recruitment since 2014 and over the years has built a network of expert locum professionals, skilled and qualified in their respective practice areas.  

Rebecca is often praised for her exceptional work ethic and unrivalled commitment to her candidates and clients.

Litigation Solicitor - Start November - 3 months

Kent - £40 - £45 per hour DOE - Hybrid working

Our client, a friendly firm based in Kent are seeking a Litigation Solicitor to start early November. The firm are looking for someone to join them for 3 months initially until they recruit on a permanent basis.

The successful candidate will deal with a busy caseload of litigation matters including breach of contract disputes, professional negligence claims and debt recovery, as well as property disputes involving both commercial and residential properties.

The firm are long established and provide a professional and friendly service to their loyal client base. They have a lovely working atmosphere and offer flexible working, which makes it a great place to work.

An attractive hourly rate of up to £45 DOE is on offer. Candidates seeking full-time or part-time hours are encouraged to apply. Additionally, an element of remote working is on offer after the first week in the office. There is free car parking on-site and the firm are within walking distance to the nearest station.

To be considered for this opportunity please contact Birchrose Associates for a confidential discussion.

Birchrose Associates, trading name of Huntress Search Ltd, acts as a Recruitment Agency in relation to all Permanent roles and as a Recruitment Business in relation to all Temporary roles.

PLEASE NOTE: We can only consider applications from candidates who have the right to work in the UK.