Housing LItigation Locum

3 days left

Location
Lancashire
Salary
£30 - £35 Per Hour
Posted
25 Jul 2017
Closes
22 Aug 2017
Ref
COP628803
Contact
Christina Panagiotou
Practice area
Civil litigation
Position
Solicitor
Hours
Full time
Contract type
Locum/Contract

Keywords: Housing Litigation, Locum, Solicitor, Local Authority

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Housing Litigation Locum to join a Local Authority in the North-West on a Locum basis for 3 months with the possibility of extension. This is an interim post so likely to extend to 6 months with the opportunity to go permanent.

Day to day duties:

  • Handling a housing litigation caseload of both public and private sector matters
  • Dealing with private sector issues to include but not limited to licensing, HMO prosecutions and accelerated possession proceedings
  • Responsible for housing stock with an ALMO as managing agents
  • Undertaking a varied range of instructions including civil injunctions, possession proceedings founded on anti-social behaviour and Court of Protection matters
  • Providing advice on general housing matters including homelessness


The ideal candidate will be a Qualified Solicitor or Qualified Legal Executive that holds a current practicing certificate. The successful candidate must have previous experience within Housing Law.

For further information, please contact Liam Wilkinson or Christina Panagiotou at Venn Group.

Venn Group aim to deliver the highest standards so you can be assured your application will be handled with professionalism and care.

Venn Group acts as an employment agency and an employment business.

Keywords: Housing Litigation, Locum, Solicitor, Local Authority

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