Property Litigation Solicitor

Location
London
Salary
£95k - 120k per year + Benefits Package
Posted
05 Jun 2024
Closes
03 Jul 2024
Ref
1529754-1-TD-23
Contact
Tom Davies
Job Title
Solicitor
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Property Litigation Associate Solicitor

This Legal 100 firm is seeking an experienced property litigation solicitor to join its established team based in the heart of London’s West End legal sector.

You will be working with an established team of experts in property litigation, acting for an array of high-profile clients, on varied and exciting cases. Future prospects for the right candidate are excellent.

Ideally your experience an expertise should include: -

  • 5+ PQE
  • Commercial & Residential Property Disputes
  • Dealing with complex, high value cases
  • 1 Degree
  • Working at a well-regarded firm

You will be handling a caseload of property disputes including:

  • Landlord & Tennant disputes (Commercial & Residential)
  • Restrictive covenants
  • Adverse possession & trespass
  • Boundary, right to light, party wall
  • Enfranchisement & lease extension
  • Construction disputes

The firm has an excellent reputation both as an employer and for their outstanding legal work. In addition to an excellent caseload and great career prospects the firm also offers a very competitive salary, excellent benefits and hybrid working.

If you are an experienced property litigation solicitor looking for a new role with a leading firm based in London, then this is a chance not to be missed.

Apply now or contact Tom Davies at G2 Legal to find out more.

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