Litigation Associate/Senior Associate - Litigation Funder

London (Central), London (Greater) (GB)
£Base and attractive bonus structure
07 Oct 2016
06 Nov 2016
Experience / PQE
PQE 3 - 6 years, PQE 6 - 10 years
Contract Type
Full time

Our client is a specialist litigation funder operating in the insolvency sector. The company has a strong track record of working across the full spectrum of insolvency practices throughout the UK and in addition to providing tailored funding solutions they also take responsibility for the day-to-day management of cases. The company works with a panel of highly regarded law firms who handle cases across the spectrum f smaller to substantial matters. The team comprises senior member of the Bar and Solicitors profession and other insolvency experts.  You will have responsibility of assessing new cases and managing the litigation finance process.  Candidates will have a commercial approach to their work and the ability to work as part of a team but also unsupervised on your own caseload. You will manage and liaise closely with the panel law firms and ensure that they are managing funded cases in line with budgets and time constraints etc.  You will also get involved in business development and promotion of the business, which is expanding in its specialist market.  This is an excellent opportunity for an ambitious associate or senior associate to work in a fast paced environment where your legal skills will be fully utilised along with giving you direct exposure to the business side. On offer are an attractive salary package along with a bonus structure that will enable you share in the successes of the business. 

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