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Residential Property Secretary, Ipswich office

This is an exciting opportunity to work in Ellisons’ Ipswich office working for fee earners in the Residential Property department.

Claimant Personal Injury Secretary, Ipswich office

This is an exciting opportunity to work in Ellisons’ Ipswich office working for a Partner in the Personal Injury department.

Private Client Secretary, Ipswich office

This is an exciting opportunity to work in Ellisons’ Ipswich office working for fee earners in our Private Client department.

Private Client Lawyer, Bury St Edmunds office

This is an opportunity for a bright lawyer to join a busy team. Working with a caseload of Private Client work.

Residential Property Secretary, Bury St Edmunds office (Maternity Leave cover)

Working principally for a senior fee earner Residential Property team in Bury St Edmunds.

Family Lawyer, Bury St Edmunds office

Working with an existing caseload containing a variety of family work, all privately funded.

Insolvency / Commercial Litigation Solicitor

Working alongside Partner and Solicitors in the Insolvency team, based within the Dispute Resolution department.

Commercial Property Solicitor, Ipswich Office

Working alongside Partners in the Commercial Property department, providing excellent service and advice.

Commercial Property Solicitor, with Residential Development experience, Colchester Office

Working alongside Partners in the Commercial Property department, providing excellent service and advice.

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