Senior Tax Litigation Associate Solicitor

Senior Tax Litigation Associate Solicitor.

Our client, a Top 100 international law firm with a sizeable tax team, is looking for an exceptional Senior Tax Litigation Associate Solicitor.
Working with the firm's diverse client portfolio, the successful candidate will work on a range of tax disputes relating to Direct and Indirect Tax matters, HMRC protocol and powers and tribunal proceedings, including high-profile matters and cross-border issues.
In addition to running tax cases and developing their client relationships; the candidate will also be encouraged to mentor and develop junior members of the team. 
To be considered for this unique and exciting London based position, applicants will be a qualified Tax Litigation Solicitor with at least 7 years' PQE gained from another City Law firm or large regional firm. Demonstrating technical excellence and displaying strong client development skills, they must also possess sound judgement and strong interpersonal skills.
For the right candidate, this firm can offer professional development, a competitive salary, benefits package, and outstanding work.
Find out more about this role based in London by applying today.

More information

For more information about this role and to apply, please contact Catherine Geer at G2 Legal on 0207 649 9298 or forward an up to date copy of your CV.

Job reference: 365618/1/CG/5

Company Benefits

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    25 days holiday per annum
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    Company Pension Scheme
  • d
    Life Assurance
  • e
    Critical Illness and Private Medical Insurance
  • f
    Dental Medical Insurance
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    Bonus Scheme
  • r
    Enhanced Sick Pay Scheme
  • s
    Enhanced Maternity/Paternity Benefits

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Reference: 365618/1/CG/5 | Location: London

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