Residential Conveyancing

Expiring today

Very Competitive Package
24 Jul 2017
24 Aug 2017
CW 29181
Full time
Contract type

RESIDENTIAL CONVEYANCING – SENIOR ROLE – PARTNER POTENTIAL - Residential Conveyancing Lawyer (min 4+ PQE) - A super opportunity with Partner potential at a substantial firm.


Residential Conveyancing Solicitor (min 4+ PQE) -

An outstanding high level opportunity for a Solicitor with a solid background in Residential Conveyancing to join this brilliant multi-office Home Counties firm.

You will need a minimum of 4 years PQE and a solid background in a full range of Residential Property Conveyancing, gained at a respected firm, with proven fee earning and client development skills.

This is a senior and discreet appointment and any application will be treated in the utmost confidence. The position has the potential to develop rapidly, with further progression within the firm, to Head of Department and possible Partnership. The door is open here for an exciting future.

This firm's reputation is excellent and extends beyond the geographic locations of the offices, helping to develop an enviable client base.

We would be very keen to hear from suitable candidates as soon as possible.

Apply Below or contact Charlotte at Austen Lloyd on 01275 463 111 as soon as possible, Reference: CW 29181: (Senior Residential Conveyancing Role - Surrey):

Austen Lloyd is a Specialist Legal Recruitment Agency dealing with high level placements nationally . Please note: our advertisements may use PQE / Salary levels purely as a guide, however we would be happy to consider applications from all candidates who can demonstrate the skills needed to perform the role; CW 29181: (Senior Residential Conveyancing Role - Surrey):

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