Property & Civil/ Commercial Litigation Lawyer - Urgent role

Expiring today

Up to circa £65,000 plus an excellent bonus
29 Sep 2021
27 Oct 2021
Job Title
PQE Level
10+, 2-4, 5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Full Time

A well-established and award-winning law firm in Hertfordshire is looking to recruit a Property Litigation Lawyer to work on a caseload of contentious property matters as well as potentially other commercial/ civil litigation matters. Offered on a full-time, permanent basis, this property litigation role is a strategic hire and offers a competitive salary and generous bonus.

Your New Role

Key duties of the Property Litigator will include:

  • Advising clients on a range of property litigation matters
  • Handling a caseload of both residential and commercial property disputes
  • Potential for working on other contentious matters, including commercial & civil litigation and employment law matters 
  • Taking an active involvement in business development and marketing for the department

About You

If you have specialist Property Litigation experience and you are used to working and advising on such matters, this may be the role for you. Ideally, the firm seeks a Lawyer with around 4+ years of PQE and experience of business development.


In return, the Property Litigation Solicitor will be offered up to circa £65,000 + per annum, dependent on experience, and access to an excellent bonus scheme.

Apply Now

Please submit your application today to be considered immediately for this Property Litigation Solicitor opportunity in Hertfordshire.

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