Housing Disrepair Litigation Executive

7 days left

£22000 - £32000 per annum, Benefits: Benefits Package
26 Apr 2021
24 May 2021
Izzie Gilbert
Job Title
Legal Executive
Practice Area
Housing, Litigation
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7
Contract Type
Full Time
A well-regarded and well-established multi-service law firm in the heart of Liverpool city centre has a new opening for an experienced Litigator or Litigation Executive to join its Civil Litigation department, dealing with a caseload of Housing & Housing Disrepair claims. 

You'll be working as part of a busy and growing team alongside experienced Solicitors and Fee Earners. You'll take on responsibility for your own caseload of litigated Housing & Housing Disrepair claims which you'll handle from instruction through to completion. It is expected that you'll be able to work confidently and with little to no supervision. 

If you are a Litigation Executive from a Personal Injury background, with a solid understanding of the litigation process and looking to retrain into a broader Civil Litigation role, you are encouraged to apply as full training will be given.

You'll be working for a law firm that prides itself on supporting and training all team members to ensure that work is completed to the highest standard for all clients, and offers long term career opportunities. 

On offer is a competitive salary that will be in line with your previous experience. 

If you're an ambitious and passionate Litigation Executive looking for a new challenge dealing with high quality Housing & Housing Disrepair claims, please apply today or contact Izzie Gilbert.

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