Knowledge & Development Lawyer- Property

Expiring today

Recruiter
Thomson LRC
Location
Fully Remote- Working
Salary
£65,000 + Benefits
Posted
11 Nov 2021
Closes
09 Dec 2021
Ref
TLRC556
Practice Area
Commercial Property
PQE Level
10+, 5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Part Time

Leading UK law firm is looking hire a Knowledge & Development Lawyer to join their Property team. This is a permanent part time position (circa 17.5 hours per week) and the firm are fully flexible on location and working pattern.

Key responsibilities are:

  • Create, implement and supervise the English Real Estate team’s internal training programmes, including division wide-training, training for junior assistants and training for trainees;

  • Ensure that the English Real Estate team are kept fully up-to-date with all relevant developments in the law;

  • Provision of assistance and guidance to fee earners for high level technical queries;

  • Write or contribute to blogs and other articles as may be required from time to time; and

  • Attend and participate in regular meetings with the firm’s KDL team to discuss and implement current initiatives and support the firm-wide knowledge management needs.

Requirements: 

  • Strong background and knowledge of English commercial property law;

  • Highly organised and motivated self starter and have the ability to build and maintain a good relationship with colleagues;

  • Comfortable presenting and training groups of lawyers; and

  • Have a flair for producing written materials. 

To Apply:

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