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Property Litigation Solicitor 0-2 years PQE

Employer
Clayton Legal
Location
Liverpool, UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
2 Dec 2020

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Sector
Legal
Contract Type
Permanent
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Property Litigation Solicitor

Liverpool

£39-£43k

An award-winning Top 50 law firm are looking for Property litigation solicitors to join their team on a permanent basis.

My client delivers a high-quality legal service to a client base that includes small to medium sized business, the high street and high net worth individuals.

This Property Litigation Solicitor role will involve running their own caseload from instruction to completion dealing with all aspects of property litigation cases, commercial cases such as estate management work, possession actions, business lease renewals and injunctions.

In addition to handling a caseload of residential cases such as possessions, rent recovery, disrepair's for housing associations and residential landlords.

The successful Property Litigation Solicitor must have ideally at least 2 year's experience in managing a full caseload of Property Litigation matters.

Newly qualified solicitors would also be considered.

Salary is dependent on PQE and experience.

If this Property Litigation Solicitor role is of interest, please call Ellie Sedgwick on 01772 259 121 or forward your most recent CV

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