Property Litigation lawyers 1 – 4 & 5+ years’ PQE LONDON

Location
London (Central), London (Greater)
Salary
to £115,000
Posted
08 Feb 2021
Closes
08 Mar 2021
Ref
NL004111
Job Title
Lawyer
Practice Area
Property Litigation
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7, 8-10, NQ
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Legal directories-recognised Property Litigation team in London is looking to recruit two Property Litigation lawyers – one of 1 to 4 years’ PQE and the other of 5 or more years’ PQE. The department acts for a wide range of corporates, investors and asset management companies, retailers, residential landlords and individuals and boasts particular expertise in the commercial landlord and tenant, retail and leisure, development, and insolvency sectors. The team provides a fully integrated Real Estate dispute resolution service for clients and benefits from working closely with the firm’s Real Estate department which generates a lot of work from existing clients and contacts. These roles will offer the chance for the successful candidates to run their own caseload of smaller matters whilst working with the wider team on larger matters. Indeed, you will manage a range of work involving commercial landlord and tenant matters, disputes concerning property contracts, property insolvency, residential landlord and tenant, rights of way, adverse possession, restrictive covenants and dilapidations. You will also be expected to build and maintain effective relationships with clients and market intermediaries and proactively participate in individual, team and office-based business development initiatives.

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