Regulatory Solicitor

Recruiter
Douglas Scott Legal Recruitment
Location
London
Salary
70000.0000
Posted
18 Mar 2017
Closes
17 Apr 2017
Sector
Legal
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Regulatory Solicitor

Insurance and Crime

Central London

Salary negotiable

A Senior Regulatory Solicitor is wanted for a developing opportunity with a top 20 law firm. This role will suit an experienced Lawyer who is looking to take the next step and move into a top tier department and 'the ultimate role'. The salary package will be competitive plus good benefits and bonus scheme.

My client is a top 20 firm based in central London with one of the leading and expert Regulatory departments in the market. Being an Insurance specialist, this role goes hand in hand with the work they are offering and it will be some of the best around!

Applications are invited from 4 -5 year PQE Regulatory Solicitors who have particular experience of working in the Insurance and Crime market. The work will consist of both contentious and non-contentious matters and there will be a heavy focus of Insurance matters, with some White Collar Crime.

The Regulatory Solicitor will have City or London experience and have worked in a similar high calibre firm/department.

To be considered for this exceptional role for a Senior Regulatory Solicitor to join a top tier and leading practice, offering high profile work and a lucrative salary package, then apply now!

Please contact Emily Oakes, Legal Recruitment Consultant, to discuss the role in more detail or apply through the vacancy for immediate consideration.

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