Property Litigation Associate - London

BCL Legal
England, London
£65000 - £90000 per annum
06 May 2022
03 Jun 2022
Sarah Bailey
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Contract Type
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Property Litigation Associate - London

The firm/team:
- A UK leading top 100 law firm are keen to appoint a property litigation associate into their London team of specialists
- The successful candidate can look forward to joining an established team of lawyers who are recognised by their clients for their industry expertise
The role:
- As a property litigation associate within the London team you can expect to undertake a broad range of work
- The successful candidate will be working with a diverse mix of clients and will be expected to build and maintain strong relationships with clients and contacts
About you:
- Applications are sought from NQ-3PQE qualified solicitors who have a specialism in property litigation work as well as a passion for delivering first-class legal advice
- The successful London based individual will have a strong sense of commercial pragmatism and be a team player
- The role will suit a personable individual who is keen to get involved with business development and contribute to the growth of the team in London
Salary and Benefits:
This senior commercial real estate associate will be rewarded with:
- A competitive salary in the region of £65,000 - £90,000 DOE
- Benefits package
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If you are a qualified property litigation associate, keen to make a move to an excellent team in London, please apply with an up to date CV now.

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