Property Litigation Solicitor

6 days left

Location
Manchester
Salary
£40k - 50k per year + Benefits Package
Posted
21 May 2024
Closes
18 Jun 2024
Ref
1515388-2-SB-21
Contact
Carl Ryan
Job Title
Solicitor
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Our client is a Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners ranked firm based in Manchester, currently looking to expand its property litigation offering with the addition of a new solicitor or associate to handle housing management and anti-social behaviour work. 

The role:

  • Manage a caseload of housing management and anti-social behaviour cases, caseload will also include residential cases such as rent recovery but you will be acting for housing associations and other residential landlords
  • Assisting junior members of staff with their caseloads where possible
  • Carry out business development and raise the profile of the business via networking events

The successful candidate:

  • Qualified solicitor ideally 3+ PQE.
  • Good experience with housing management files ideally from a defendant background – strong claimant candidates will also be considered for this opportunity
  • Strong prioritisation and time management skills
  • An interest in the work and a commitment to streamlining processes.

What's on offer for you:

  • Work for a Top 40 law firm
  • 28 days holiday + bank holidays
  • Flexible working with home working equipment provided.
  • Bonus scheme
  • Numerous other staple benefits like cycle to work, strong pension plan, private medical and dental insurance

For more information call Sam Bird at G2 Legal for a confidential chat or apply online with your updated CV today.

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