Property Litigation Associate Solicitor S/H

Location
Southampton
Salary
£50000 - £55000 per annum, Benefits: Benefits Package
Posted
13 Oct 2021
Closes
10 Nov 2021
Ref
1182435-2-CRO-41
Contact
Chris Rodriguez
Job Title
Solicitor
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Are you an experienced Property Litigation Solicitor looking to take that step up in their career? Or do you fancy a new challenge and want to join a leading law firm?

This forward-thinking Southampton-based Legal 100 law firm has a proven track record for success and is looking for a Property Litigation Solicitor at Associate level to join its successful Property Litigation department. You will be advising clients on a wide range of matters including landlord and tenant (e.g. 1954 Act renewals, dilapidations and break notices) and general property issues (adverse possession, easements and title disputes), rent and service charge recovery and real estate related insolvency issues. They have an ambitious strategy and a strong management team with the resources and investment to build up the department.

Your role as a Property Litigation Associate Solicitor will involve:
  • Assist with a varied caseload including high value and complex disputes
  • Genuine career prospects from the outset
  • Being able to business develop in order to bring new clients in and build up your own caseload
My client is eager to shortlist for interviews as soon as possible, so please contact me to discuss this Property Litigation Associate Solicitor role in Southampton or send your CV to Chris Rodriguez by clinking on the job link.

(Salary is just a guideline).

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