Housing Litigation Solicitor

England, Greater Manchester, Manchester
£25000 - £40000 per annum + Good Package
01 Sep 2017
29 Sep 2017
Nick Barrass
Practice area
Landlord and tenant
Full time
Contract type

New opportunity for a qualified solicitor to join an excellent Manchester Law Firm in their City centre office.

Joining a team of 12, you will work with your fellow solicitors in the team to act for tenants in housing disputes against Landlords. Experience of acting for tenants is preferred, but applications will be considered from those Solicitors who have acted predominantly for Landlords.

Ideally you, will be working as a Housing Litigation Solicitor already, acting upon a broad remit of contentious issues related to Housing disrepair. You will be an experienced Litigator, able to act decisively and in a commercial manner. Understanding of Section 11 L&T claims is preferred.

Applications for this role will be accepted from those candidates who are qualified solicitors in wider Litigation, but have not had the opportunity to act on Housing Litigation. Similarly, if you have experience in Housing Law and wish to undertake more Litigation, please get in touch.

This is a fantastic opportunity to operate in a niche but booming area of law. Apply now for immediate consideration.

Please contact Nick Barrass, Legal Recruitment Consultant, to discuss the role in more detail or apply through the vacancy for immediate consideration.

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