Commercial Litigation Lawyer

Location:  London, England
Salary:  City Market


A major law firm known for its fantastic work and uncompromising quality.


The Commercial Disputes Team advises on all forms of contractual and non-contractual disputes, ranging from corporate transaction disputes concerning warranties, indemnities and completion accounts, through to claims under supply and distribution agreements.

The team is recognised by independent commentators as one of the leading commercial litigation practices and has a strong reputation, nationally and internationally.

Clients include blue chip companies, public sector authorities/departments and high net worth individuals across a huge range of sectors – retail, transport, digital, food and drink, health, industrial, automotive, energy, utilities, financial services.


You will be looking to work closely with Partners across the Contentious Group who lead commercial dispute cases on areas including shareholder, partnership and general corporate disputes, private equity and hedge fund disputes, information technology, tax, trusts, pensions, international arbitration, fraud, IP, regulatory, PFI/PPP and general contract disputes.

You will be looking to take on early levels of responsibility within a supportive, stretching environment. At this stage in your career the team will take a genuine interest and support you with your development therefore offering excellent career prospects.

With strong academics to include a 2:1 degree, and at least 6 months' experience of commercial litigation, you will already have the core skills, quality and versatility to work on any type of commercial litigation and arbitration.



Please check the job details, then fill in your details below and click "Submit now".

* Indicates a required field.

Your Details
First Name *
Last Name *
Email *
Phone Number(s)

Please attach your CV/Résumé *
Existing CV
Please state whether you are currently eligible to work (work permit/visa/citizenship) in the country to which you are applying: * Yes