89 Bickersteth RD

London SW17 9SH

0203 490 1221

Client Support

CIVIL LITIGATION

At CITYWIDE, our experienced Solicitors offer comprehensive advice, assistance, and representation in all aspects of Civil Litigation Law including:

Planning law, Building disputes, Boundary disputes, Neighbour disputes, Bankruptcy, Negligence, Landlord and Tenant issues, Tenancy deposit protection, Contractual disputes, and much more.

  • Planning law
  • Building disputes
  • Boundary disputes
  • Neighbour disputes
  • Bankruptcy
  • Negligence

Civil litigation dispute resolution law at CITYWIDE solicitors

What is civil litigation & dispute resolution law?

Civil litigation is the legal process through which two parties resolve their differences in a civil court of law. This type of law deals with disputes between individuals or businesses and can be either criminal or civil in nature.

Dispute resolution is the process of resolving conflicts between two or more parties. It can take many forms, such as negotiation, mediation, arbitration, or litigation. It is often used as an alternative to traditional methods of dispute resolution, such as going to court.

Types of civil litigation & dispute resolution law

There are many different types of civil litigation & dispute resolution law. Some common examples include:

  • Contract disputes
  • Property disputes
  • Personal injury claims
  • wills and estates
  •   Intellectual property disputes
  •        Educational law disputes
  •        Personal injury cases
  •        Employment or labor disputes
  •       Medical malpractice cases
  •     Lawsuits surrounding divorce

If you have a legal problem that needs to be resolved, it is important to seek out the help of qualified solicitors who specializes in this area of law. They will be able to advise you on the best course of action and represent you in court if necessary.

Remote meeting with your Solicitors

After your initial meeting, our Solicitors would usually be happy to arrange for any subsequent meetings to take place remotely, for your convenience and to ease any pressure from you.

Contact Our Legal Team

We are specialist in our areas of law and pride in ourselves for having one of the best teams of specialist Solicitors with wealth of knowledge and experience to deal with all types of matters. Our top-rated Solicitors have successfully helped thousands of clients with all types matters in our areas of specialisation.

We can represent you at all levels of the Court, from the Tribunal, County Court, High Court, Court of Appeal, to the Supreme Court as well before the European Court of Human Rights. Our Solicitors work in collaboration with very experienced and professional Barristers, who together present a formidable team.

What does a dispute resolution solicitor do?

A dispute resolution solicitor is a type of solicitor who specializes in resolving disputes between two or more parties. They often work with clients who are seeking an alternative to traditional methods of dispute resolution, such as going to court.

Dispute resolution solicitors typically work with clients to try to resolve their differences through negotiation and mediation. If these methods are unsuccessful, they may also represent their clients in arbitration or litigation.

When two parties are in conflict, dispute resolution solicitors can help them reach a resolution. A dispute resolution solicitor acts as a mediator between the parties, working to find a compromise that is acceptable to both sides. In some cases, a dispute resolution solicitor may also represent one of the parties in negotiations.

A dispute resolution solicitor must be skilled in communication and negotiation in order to be successful. They must also be able to understand the legal issues at stake and provide guidance to their clients.

Dispute resolution solicitors s typically work in private practice, although some may also work for corporations or government agencies.

If you are involved in a dispute that you cannot resolve on your own, you may need to hire a dispute resolution solicitor. A solicitor can help you understand your legal options and work to reach a resolution that is acceptable to both parties. It is important to seek out the help of a qualified solicitor who specializes in this area of law. They will be able to advise you on the best course of action and represent you in court if necessary.

How can civil litigation & dispute resolution law help me?

If you are involved in a legal dispute, civil litigation & dispute resolution law can help you by providing a way to resolve your differences without going to court. This type of law can also help you if you are seeking an alternative to traditional methods of dispute resolution, such as arbitration or mediation.

If you have a legal problem that needs to be resolved, it is important to seek out the help of a qualified solicitor who specializes in this area of law. They will be able to advise you on the best course of action and represent you in court if necessary.

How to become a civil litigation and dispute resolution Solicitor?

There are many ways to become a civil litigation and dispute resolution solicitor. The most common way is to go to law school and then take the bar exam. However, there are other ways to become a solicitor without going to law school. You can become a solicitor by working as a judicial law clerk or by taking an online law course.

If you want to become a civil litigation and dispute resolution solicitor, you should first consider going to law school. To get into law school, you will need to take the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). The LSAT is a standardized test that all law school applicants must take. Once you have taken the LSAT, you can apply to law schools.

Once you have been accepted to a law school, you will need to complete three years of legal education. During your time in law school, you will take courses on constitutional law, contracts, torts, criminal law, and property law. You will also have the opportunity to participate in clinical programs and internships. After you have completed your legal education, you will need to take the bar exam.

If you want to become a solicitor without going to law school, you can do so by working as a judicial law clerk. Judicial law clerks are usually recent law school graduates who work for a judge or magistrate. As a judicial law clerk, you will research legal issues, draft opinions, and help the judge or magistrate decide cases.

You can also become a solicitor by taking an online law course. There are many online law courses that you can take to prepare for the bar exam. These courses will teach you about the different areas of law, and they will also give you practice questions to help you prepare for the bar exam.

If you are interested in becoming a civil litigation and dispute resolution solicitor, you should consider going to law school or taking an online law course. Both of these options will give you the education and experience you need to become a successful solicitor.

The average salary in dispute resolution law

The average salary for dispute resolution solicitors can vary depending on their experience. For example, those with five years’ experience may earn from £30,000 to £80,000 per year. Salaries will also differ based on the type of law firm that a solicitor works for. For instance, larger firms tend to pay more than smaller ones. In addition, solicitors who work in London usually earn more than those based in other parts of the UK. The average salary for a dispute resolution solicitor can also vary depending on their level of experience. In addition, a solicitor who works in London usually earns more than those based in other parts of the UK. Furthermore, dispute resolution solicitors who have specialist knowledge or experience may also command higher salaries. For example, those with 10 years of experience in a commercial law environment may earn up to £100,000. As with all legal professions, salaries for dispute resolution solicitors are likely to increase over time as they gain more experience and become more senior. There is also potential to earn bonuses and other forms of remuneration, such as commission, in some firms. Dispute resolution solicitors who are partners in their firm may also receive a share of profits.

How to Gain dispute resolution work experience

The best way to gain experience in dispute resolution law is to work as a paralegal or intern in a law firm. This will allow you to learn about the day-to-day work of a solicitor and get an insight into the different aspects of the job. Alternatively, you could complete a legal studies degree which would give you the opportunity to take modules in dispute resolution law. You could also consider working as a volunteer for a legal advice center or pro bono clinic. This would give you the chance to work with clients and help them with their legal problems. If you are interested in a career in dispute resolution law, you should consider going to law school or taking an online law course. Both of these options will give you the education and experience you need to become a successful Solicitor.

You Deserve The Best Solicitors

 Representing your Interest

Ask Us Anything anytime.

Our Clients Satisfaction Ratings

Practice Areas

Civil Litigation
100%
Immigration & Nationality
100%
Wills & Probate
100%
small_c_popup.png
Citywide Logo

Let's have a 20 minutes chat

Book a free consultation