Social Housing Lawyer, 2+ PQE – Norwich – Top law firm seeks a Property Lawyer with exposure to social housing matters to join the growing team. To apply or to register your interest, please contact Cassie on 01214541004 or email email@example.com with your CV.
JOB TITLE: Social Housing Lawyer
PQE: 3+ PQE
A rare and interesting opportunity has arisen within the highly ranked team of this leading law firm in Norwich. Due to expansion, the firm are keen to recruit an additional Lawyer into the social housing team to deal with a full and varied caseload of matters. Applications are welcomed from Commercial or Residential Property Lawyers who have gained exposure / handled some matters within the social housing sector. The appointed Social Housing Lawyer will be working within a highly successful team who acts for a broad range of national and regional registered providers, funders and private house-builders to name but a few.
Applications are welcomed from Legal Executives or Solicitors with at least 3 years’ experience gained within a reputable practice recognised for their expertise in social housing or an in-house team with a knowledge of commercial or residential property matters with a focus on the social housing sector would be advantageous. Excellent attention to detail together with the ability to work closely with clients are key for this role.
A leading highly ranked practice who have embraced a hybrid working model and are looking for driven, ambitious individuals who are keen to come in and hit the ground running.
SALARY AND BENEFITS
Salary dependent on experience and on offer is a comprehensive benefits package.
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