Property Litigation Solicitor, NQ-2 years’ PQE, West London, £42,000 - £46,000 (DOE) - This impressive firm have a vacancy for an ambitious Property Litigation Solicitor. Contact Rebecca on 020 7183 8586 for more information and quote job ref: 3990.
• This top 200 law firm pride themselves on their exceptional client service and dedication to achieving outstanding results.
• Applications are sought from Property Litigation Solicitors with up to 2 Years PQE.
• As a Property Litigation Solicitor, you will have the opportunity to work on complex property disputes that require your expertise and problem-solving skills.
• The department boasts quality Partners and Associates handling a wide range of cases, including commercial and residential property matters, landlord and tenant disputes, leasehold enfranchisement, and more.
• To be successful in this role, you must possess strong academics, including a 2:1 or higher degree and have a proven track record of delivering top-quality work.
• You will have exceptional attention to detail, excellent research skills, and a passion for property law.
• You will be expected to demonstrate strong advocacy skills and the ability to navigate intricate legal landscapes.
• As a Property Litigation Solicitor with this well-thought of team, you will have the opportunity to work alongside some of the industry's most respected professionals.
• On offer is a competitive salary package, comprehensive benefits, and excellent career progression opportunities.
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