Junior Litigator (1-3 years PQE)

About Davis Woolfe

We are a progressive, specialist litigation law firm, with varied cases, some of which are large and complex, involving multiple jurisdictions. Our clients range from HNW, family offices and small owner-run businesses to insolvency practitioners, banks, and well-known names in media and entertainment.

We are involved with not-for-profit groups primarily to promote social mobility and responsibility, diversity and inclusion.

Who can apply

We are looking for junior lawyers (1-3 years PQE) who are proactive, empathetic, exceptionally driven, resourceful, principled, enthusiastic and who want to make a difference. 

The work you'll do

The work our lawyers undertake is varied, complex, high value, and high profile, covering civil disputes ranging from civil fraud to media privacy and many others in between. We encourage the whole team to work together on all cases, combining individual skill sets and providing varying degrees of responsibility for all levels of qualification. The team learn from each other, ultimately creating a collective brain to find winning solutions for our clients. 

Compensation and benefits

We offer competitive salaries and generous benefits which include progressive parental packages, a discretionary bonus scheme and a number of initiatives to support and retain staff, whether it's through career progression, training and development or just enjoying the company of our team. 

How to apply

We are committed to improving opportunities for people in the legal profession, regardless of gender, gender identity, marital or civil partnership status, race, ethnicity, social or economic background, disability, religious belief, sexual orientation, or age. 

We treat all applicants equally.

To be considered for an interview, please send your CV along with a covering letter to Alice at

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