NQ Property Litigation Solicitor

3 days left

£30000 - £38000 per annum, Benefits: Benefits Package
16 Apr 2021
14 May 2021
Carl Ryan
Job Title
PQE Level
2-4, NQ
Contract Type
Full Time
This Legal 500 recognised Property Litigation specialist law firm have an exciting NQ opportunity for an ambitious, driven and enthusiastic Property Litigation NQ Solicitor.

As an NQ Solicitor joining this team, you will deal with a varied caseload of Property Litigation matters to include: ground rent arrears, lease extensions, breaches of covenant, enfranchisement, commercial property litigation and much more!
Coming into this friendly and sociable Property Litigation specialist team, you'll be fully supported by very experienced and Senior Property Litigation specialists who will be working with you to ensure that cases are handled to the highest standard and to provide ongoing support as needed.

Ideally you'll posses previous Property Litigation experience gained as part of your training or prior to training, however if you are a technically strong litigator who has commercial awareness and a sound understanding of the legal process surrounding commercial law then you're actively encouraged to apply.
On offer is a competitive market leading salary which will be in line with your previous experience, full company benefits including a company pension scheme, gym membership, childcare vouchers and 23 days holiday!
If you want to join a leading, Legal 500 recognised Property Litigation specialist practice in Liverpool city centre, where you can develop and progress as part of a renowned team, then please apply today.

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