Residential Property Solicitor or FILEx

2 days left

£35000 - £50000 per annum, Benefits: Benefits Package
21 Apr 2022
19 May 2022
Paul Norman
Job Title
PQE Level
10+, 2-4, 5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Full Time
This opportunity has arisen for a residential property solicitor / chartered legal executive in this well run, well financed and truly collegiate Legal 200 firm based in Newton Abbot, Devon. 
This residential conveyancing team has continued to grow organically across its offices, building talent from within its ranks. They are now searching for an additional residential property solicitor or CILEx to join their expanding team of highly skilled and respected lawyers.
The team’s strategic capability is first rate, and they are continually praised by clients for their approach. They provide a bespoke conveyancing service to their clients across the United Kingdom. This is certainly not volume conveyancing!
This is a hands-on position, so you will ideally have at least 3 years PQE, with a track record of handling your own residential conveyancing case load and be committed to providing the highest levels of client care. 
If you’re a solicitor or legal executive who is passionate about providing your clients a first-class service, this is a great opportunity for you.
On offer is a real focus on training and development, a competitive salary of £35,000 + and the chance to work with a collegiate team who have strong working relationships in a focused, but relaxed environment.
Contact Paul Norman at G2 Legal for a confidential discussion, or better yet, click on apply now and send your CV through for consideration.

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