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Property Litigation Solicitor - Liverpool

Employer
QED Legal
Location
Liverpool
Salary
£40000 - £60000 per annum
Closing date
22 Dec 2020

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Fantastic opportunity at a long standing Top 100 law firm with a tremendous reputation across a number of sectors and a highly regarded Property Litigation team. Despite being an international firm with flagship offices worldwide, there is still a distinct focus on their North West presence and having recently undertaken a successful restructure, they are once again looking to expand across a number of sectors. 

The practices highly regarded and growing Commercial Property Team is already established at the firms' Manchester office. As such, the firm is now seeking to bring on board an experienced Property Litigation Solicitor at an Associate level who can be a key point of contact and deal with a significant amount of the firms' property litigation matters.  

You will need to have gained a minimum of 1 years' PQE and no more than 5 years' PQE of undertaking the full remit of property litigation matters. The role will stretch to dealing with disputes arising out of  the healthcare & construction sectors and it would be advantageous if you had some prior experience in either sector, however not essential. 

This role is different as it is not just limited to dealing with purely fee earning as you will also be expected to work with Partners and helo market the department and leveraging off your contacts to open up new revenue streams so this opportunity really does allow you to make your mark on the firm and build upon its already considerable market share.

Salary will range in the £30,000 - £55,000 level and an attractive benefits package is on offer which includes 25 days’ holiday entitlement as well as opportunities to buy & sell holidays. Other benefits include an active social scene, with team drinks & organised social events a regular thing, as well as a greater work/life balance to the other larger Manchester practices. 

For further information on this position, please contact Nick Skelly at QED Legal for a confidential chat.

Company

QED
An acronym of the latin phrase quod erat demonstrandum which translates as "thus it is demonstrated" or "that which was to be demonstrated". It is most often used as an annotation at the end of a complex mathematical, scientific or philosophical argument to show that the author had proven what he had set out to prove. In recent times it has also been translated as "Quite Easily Done".

As a recruiter you have to network and speak to large amounts of people and lots of law firms to really understand the market and have the connections to match people with opportunity quickly when the time arises. A good recruiter needs to be Quick, Excellent and Dynamic in everything that they do. Allow the team at QED to demonstrate what they can do for your firm or your career.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE:
• Partner moves – both full equity and fixed share equity
• Team moves
• Firm Mergers / Bolt-on’s
• Succession / retirement planning
• In House Counsel
• Patent / Trademark Attorneys
• Other jurisdictions – placing lawyers into and from other countries
• Professional Support Lawyers
• Associate moves – focusing not just on team and culture fit but also client and work quality and room for future advancement.
• Assistant moves – lawyers cannot afford to make mistakes with their career moves. In the crucial early years exposure to the correct mentor and clients is essential.
• Legal professionals – FILEX, MILEX, ILEX, Licenced Conveyancers, paralegals, legal assistants and fee earners
• Support services - practice managers, COLP / COFA – regulatory and compliance, office managers, IT developers, case management specialists, law costs draftsmen and negotiators, legal secretaries, legal cashiers

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