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Debt Recoveries Solicitor / Associate


  • Belfast / Northern Ireland
  • Not disclosed
  • Permanent full-time
  • Updated 27/09/2017
  • Stacie Lilburn
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Debt Recoveries, Insolvency, Bankruptcy, Solicitor, Associate


VANRATH are working with a major national law firm to hire a Debt Recoveries Solicitor / Associate to join their expanding team in Belfast. This is an excellent opportunity to join a renowned firm and gain exposure to high value, national work.

Our client is an energetic and strategic firm with a network of solicitors across the UK, working together for clients in deliberate locations resulting in exceptional growth.

The Role

As the Debt Recoveries Solicitor you will work Director for the Senior Partner. Your work will include high value debt, advising liquidators, undefined recoveries, banking and litigation. As the firm continues to grow you will become involved with Banking Litigation.

Ideal Person

You will have 2+ years experience working within an Insolvency or Banking team and be qualified in Northern Ireland, as well as England & Wales. A keen interest in Litigation will allow you to grow this role and take autonomy for your own clients. You must have the ability offer advice to clients and colleagues on a national scale as well as conduct research and gather information from your network.


Very competitive salary and package

For further information on this role or any other Legal role please contact Stacie Lilburn in the strictest confidence on 02890 330250 or apply via the link on this page.

Ref: STL2706172_1505222150
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