Property Litigation Solicitor

England, West Midlands, Birmingham
£44000 - £58000 per annum + Numerous Perks + Bonuses
04 Oct 2016
01 Nov 2016
Ben Knight
Job Title
Practice Area
Property Litigation
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7
Contract Type
Full Time

Position - Property Litigation Solicitor

Real Estate Litigation Associate/ Property Litigation Associate/ Real Estate Litigation Associate

With a great national reputation my client is looking for a strong Property Litigation Associate Solicitor in a continued effort to expand their market leading Real Estate Litigation team. The salary on offer is amongst the market leaders and comes with an exceptional benefits package.

The team in Birmingham has an unrivalled client base of regional, national clients and advises on every type of property dispute. They are one of the largest Real Estate teams in Birmingham and work with well-known household names protecting their Property interests.

They are looking for an ambitious Property Litigation Associate Solicitor to join their growing team. Working within a structured and supportive team you should have excellent technical skills and strong client care as this will be a client facing role.

Applications are invited from Real Estate Solicitors who have practised solely in Real Estate Litigation since qualification. Ideally you will be 2 - 5 Years PQE however, strong candidates with more or less PQE are encouraged to apply. You should have trained and worked at a National firm recognised for their Real Estate work.

Please contact Ben Knight, Legal Recruitment Consultant, to discuss the role in more detail or apply through the vacancy for immediate consideration. If you have not been contacted within five working days you should assume you have not been successful on this occasion.

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