Property Litigation Lawyer
- Executive Network Legal Limited
- £50000 - £60000 per annum
- 10 Jan 2023
- 07 Feb 2023
- Theresa Lucas
- Job Title
- Practice Area
- Commercial Litigation, Intellectual Property, Property Litigation
- PQE Level
- Contract Type
- Full Time
Property Litigation Lawyer, 1-3 years PQE, Birmingham - An excellent opportunity to join a highly regarded and modern practice to work within a challenging and forward-thinking property litigation team.
JOB TITLE: Property Litigation Solicitor
PQE REQUIRED: 1-3 years
Joining this reputable and successful property litigation team, you will be working on a range of commercial and residential property disputes including tenancies, ground rent and service charge recovery, possessions, lease renewals, dilapidations and rent reviews. As well as managing your own caseload of files, you will also be working as part of a team on major disputes, often cross -firm teams, and will have the opportunity to lead these teams.
You will be a talented Property Litigation Lawyer with at least 1+ years' PQE and can demonstrate that you are able to provide up to date and commercially focussed advice to clients. You will be a self-motivated, proactive individual, with exceptional commercial acumen and an interest in business development. You will have an excellent understanding of risk and best practice and a commitment to a collaborative approach to problem-solving.
An established firm with a reputable and growing property litigation team. Offering a challenging property litigation caseload and the chance to develop your career long-term.
Competitive salary and benefits package.
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