Housing Disrepair Fee Earner - Secure Practice

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QED Legal
£40000 per annum
28 Jan 2021
25 Feb 2021
Nick Skelly
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Opportunity for a Housing Solicitor / Legal Executive / Fee Earner to establish a new department for this Lancashire based practice. This is a niche practice that deals with a broad mix of Litigation and are currently increasing their workloads throughout the business. 

Ideally you will have 2 years' experience within housing law and have experience of running files from inception to conclusion, including dealing with cases featuring potential health issues and personal injury. You will also be assisting a Partner with the expansion of the department, so the previous experience of being able to generate new business and help with management of staff will also be advantageous.

Work will include issues such a respiratory diseases caused by mould or damp, physical injuries caused by poor infrastructure, asbestos-related illness, injuries sustained by faulty electrics amongst many more. You will be dealing with matters from inception through to trial so you will be able to undertake your own advocacy.

Salary for this housing law role will be based on PQE level however you will be looking at a salary of circa £28,000 - £40,000 for qualified Solicitors or Legal Executives plus an added bonus scheme. The bonus scheme is extemely geneorous and can see you earning circa £10,000 on top of your basic salary. Please call Nick Skelly at QED Legal for a confidential chat and to discuss this role in more detail.

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