Property Litigation Solicitor

QED Legal
£34500 - £40000 per annum
17 Feb 2021
17 Mar 2021
Claire Black
Job Title
PQE Level
2-4, NQ
Contract Type
Full Time

Property Litigation Solicitor 
NQ - 4 years PQE

QED Legal have been instructed to find a property litigation solicitor on behalf of leading full service law firm based in Cardiff city centre.  Salary will be dependent upon experience and will be upwards of £34500.

Joining this highly regarded tier 1 property litigation team who are recognised as experts in this field, you will have the opportunity to work with a range of clients to include local authorities, social housing providers, property investors, developers and occupiers.  

This role is open to candidates from NQ level up to 4 years PQE.  The team are in an optimum position to provide an exceptionally supportive training environment for any ambitious junior solicitor looking to specialise in this specialist area of dispute resolution.  Perhaps you are coming to the end of your training contract and have completed a seat in commercial litigation, general civil litigation or even commercial property.  On the other hand, you may already specialise in property litigation but have set your sights on joining on top tier law firm with a national reach and impeccable reputation that can offer solid and accessible progression opportunities and greater client facing opportunities.  If either apply to you, then this could be your perfect opportunity.  

If you are interested in moving into or progressing your career in this increasingly busy practice area, now could the perfect time.  Don't delay and apply today.


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