Property Litigation Solicitor, 2 – 4 Years PQE, Milton Keynes, £ Excellent + Benefits – A highly ranked real estate disputes team is looking to appoint an experienced Property Litigation Solicitor to join its team. To apply or to register your interest, please contact Gemma on 020 7183 8586 or email email@example.com with your CV and quote job reference 3634.
• An opportunity has arisen for an experienced Property Litigation Solicitor to join a highly ranked team in Milton Keynes.
• Dealing with a wide range of contentious property matters, including those relating to both commercial and residential property matters.
• Advising on the broad spectrum of property litigation related matters, you will be gaining exposure to landlord and tenant disputes, adverse possession claims, dilapidations, breach of contract, disrepair and boundary disputes.
• Applications are welcomed from Property Litigations Solicitor with at least 2 years PQE in handling their own caseload of property litigation matters ideally gained within a leading regional or city practice.
• You will have strong technical expertise along with the ability to work effectively within a team.
• Top 200 law firm with a strong reputation for their property litigation offerings.
• On offer is a competitive salary and benefits package along with a supportive and friendly culture.
HOW TO APPLY:
Contact Gemma Jones at eNL on 020 7183 8586 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with your CV, or simply call for a confidential discussion. eNL will never share your CV with a third party without your express permission. As part of our candidate care process, we aim to respond to all applications in 7 days. If you have not been contacted within this timescale, your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion. Please note our advertisements use PQE/salary levels purely as a guide.
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