Contract Type: Permanent
Hours: Full Time
Closing Date: 10 July 2022
MacRoberts continues to develop and grow as a dynamic, modern Scottish law firm, serving businesses and private individuals, with strong leadership and operational excellence. We are a firm which is collegiate and are set apart from our competitors by our quality of service, industry knowledge, legal expertise and the ability to deliver innovative solutions for our clients.
We are committed to providing the highest-quality service to our clients. We achieve this through recruiting and developing high-calibre, talented individuals throughout the firm. We recognise that our staff are vital to continuing the success and growth of our business.
MacRoberts is a law firm where you can really make your mark. Let us be part of your success.
We currently have an opportunity for someone with 5years+ PQE to join the Commercial Dispute Resolution team which operates as a single unit across our offices in Glasgow and Edinburgh. The successful candidate will be involved in a wide range of activities including property and contractual disputes, insolvency litigation and debt recovery in the Sheriff Courts, Court of Session and Lands Tribunal. The successful candidate will require to advise a broad range of clients from SMEs to large public sector organisations and will represent those clients in all forms of dispute forums (litigation, mediation etc).
Applicants should have a minimum of five years’ post qualifying experience and must be able to demonstrate a proven ability to deal with a broad range of litigation matters.
The position is based in our Glasgow office but the successful candidate will work a hybrid of home and office working.
Hours of Work
Full-time, Monday – Friday, 09:00 – 17:00
NO AGENCIES PLEASE
Any job offers made are subject to successful pre-employment checks, including those from Disclosure Scotland.
MacRoberts LLP is an equal opportunities employer. This means that we aim to ensure that no applicants nor employees are treated less favourably on the grounds of religion or belief, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, age, disability, race, colour, nationality, or ethnic origin, or are disadvantaged by conditions or requirements which cannot be shown to be justifiable