HHD Solicitors seeking to recruit Solicitor to join litigation team

8 February 2018

Higgins Hollywood Deazley Solicitors are seeking an addition to their busy and expanding firm and looking to recruit a talented Solicitor to join their litigation team.

This fantastic opportunity will allow you to work on a high calibre and variety of cases. You will be part of a team of motivated, talented and recognised professionals.

The successful candidate will be experienced in litigation. An interest in criminal law would be welcomed.

Consideration will be given to solicitors of all levels including those recently qualified.

To apply for this position, please forward a copy of your CV which should include your full employment history inclusive of dates, all academic achievements and full personal contact details.

Please note only applicants that match this criteria will be considered for the role.

Please forward your CV to our Practice Manager: nanmallett@hhdsolicitors.com

Closing date: 21 February 2018.

 

 

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