Property Litigation Solicitor

Location
Truro
Salary
£36500 - £50000 per annum, Benefits: Benefits Package
Posted
18 Feb 2021
Closes
18 Mar 2021
Ref
1036040-1-PN-7
Contact
Paul Norman
Job Title
Solicitor
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
This highly reputed litigation team is searching for a solicitor to join the office in Truro.  
 
You will be joining a top performing firm with good quality property dispute work relating to commercial and agricultural property. You will work closely with the real estate team and advise on quality work.    

This vacancy will suit a Solicitor or Legal Executive with experience in litigation and a good working knowledge of property law.
 
Newly Qualified Solicitors will be considered, as will those with up to 5 years' PQE.  
 
Solicitors who have perhaps broader civil and/or commercial litigation experience and are looking to specialise in property litigation should get in touch.  
 
You will have the opportunity to progress. You will also have the opportunity to be involved in business development activities and build strong client relationships for the future.
 
Although very professional, this is not an overly corporate environment. You will be warmly welcomed to the firm and team and will work together to build on an already excellent reputation.  
 
Modern offices in Truro and friendly working environment. 
 
Excellent salary depending on experience and benefits package. 
 
Call Paul Norman now for more information, or click on apply now to send your CV through. 
 
*Please note salary has been generated by G2 legal for guidance only.

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