Property Litigation Solicitor

Location
Reading
Salary
£45k - 55k per year + Benefits Package
Posted
03 Jun 2024
Closes
01 Jul 2024
Ref
1529637-1-GW-23
Contact
Gayle Woolf
Job Title
Solicitor
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Property Litigation Solicitor

Reading

£45k - £55k

  • Lexcel Accredited law firm
  • Flexible Working Policy
  • Pension scheme with a 3% employer contribution
  • Life Assurance
  • Season ticket loan
  • Cycle To Work Scheme
  • Private Healthcare

Our client is a national firm and widely regarded for all aspects of its property litigation and landlord and tenant law. Advising major multi-nationals, developers and property investment companies with an array of legal matters.  

The current team works with the wider Property and Commercial Litigation groups at this well renowned practice based in central Reading. 

Due to continued expansion the team is seeking a Property Litigator at the beginning of their career to manage a caseload of matters which will include break clauses, 1954 Act, lease renewal and dilapidation claims. The work will have a bias on landlord & tenant matters for a varied and impressive client base including known retailers, large and small commercial and residential developers and investment landlords.

The ideal candidate will recently qualified with a natural flare for litigation, have gained experience with a known regional or Chambers listed law firm and present with excellent academics. 

In exchange for your hard work, our client offers you an interesting work and an exciting and rewarding career path and remuneration package.

Apply online or contact Gayle Woolf at G2 Legal today.

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