NQ+ Property Litigation Solicitor

TSR Legal
Cardiff (Caerdydd)
Up to £40,000
16 Feb 2018
16 Mar 2018
Full time
Contract type

Our clients Property Litigation team comprises over 20 specialist lawyers able to service clients at regional and national levels.  As one of the largest teams in the country, they pride themselves on offering their clients real strength and expertise in resolving disputes quickly and effectively. 

The firm act for a wide range of corporates, investors and asset management companies, retailers, residential landlords and individuals and boast particular expertise in the social housing, retail and leisure, development, charities, government and banking sectors. 

This is a new opportunity for a junior level vacancy within their Property Litigation team located in Central Cardiff. The firm is looking for candidates who have good academic and technical experience gained during trainee and /or paralegal roles. The candidate should be able to demonstrate an enthusiasm for both litigation and property law and want to pursue a career in this area. The role will involve property based litigation, social housing litigation in the Courts and Tribunals and advocacy skills are required.  The person will be expected to work closely with other members of the Property Litigation Team in Cardiff and also with real estate colleagues.

The successful candidate will be well supported at Partner and Associate level and by other fee earners and will be joining a collegiate environment.

Person Specification

  • NQ-2 pqe
  • Committed to developing a solid practice and able to develop relationships
  • Energetic with positive outlook
  • Charismatic and personable
  • Strong technical competence
  • Exceptional self-motivation
  • A team player
  • Motivated with a "can do" attitude
  • Good communication skills (verbal and written).
  • Commercial awareness
  • Advocacy skills

For a confidential discussion on this role please contact Daniel Mason at our Cardiff head offices or email Daniel@tsrlegal.co.uk for further details