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Property Litigation Solicitor

Employer
Recruitment Genius
Location
Manchester
Salary
£45000 - £50000 per annum
Closing date
12 Apr 2021

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Practice area
Other
PQE
3 years
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Job Details

This company is a well-established property organisation conglomerate operating throughout the UK. Specialising in property development, residential and student block, estate, and asset management.

The organisation is looking for an experienced Property Litigation Solicitor who is looking to excel in their career.

The ideal candidate will have prior experience as a Property Litigation Solicitor. They will need to showcase experience with managing a varied client base including development investors, leaseholders and student and residential landlord disputes. In addition, they must be able to proactively manage caseloads and adhere to given deadlines.

Required skills
- Property Litigation Solicitor with 3+ years' PQE
- Experience of dealing with residential property litigation matters
- Client focused
- Excellent communication skills
- Great IT skills
- Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office programs
- Excellent attention to detail

Benefits
- 23 days holiday plus Bank Holidays
- Excellent office location
- Flexible hours and home working available
- Company pension scheme
- Social calendar
- Fun, supportive and positive office environment
- Focus on training and professional growth

Greater Manchester

Job Type: Full-time, Permanent

Company

Most lawyers are what we call passive job seekers who check job boards regularly to make sure their pay is in line with the wider market. This creates good opportunities to attract great candidates by offering appealing remuneration packages.

Law is a diverse industry, and each specialist area has unique recruitment characteristics that require specific skills and circumstances. For example, it’s seldom possible to employ a senior partner with an established “following” and there’s also a lack of suitable candidates for licensed conveyancing roles. On the other hand, employment, family, general litigation, criminal and tax lawyers are easier to recruit. 

Helpfully, lawyers are typically very flexible professionals often happy to retrain for niche roles, especially if they offer high salaries. 

While the law itself is always evolving, the UK’s departure from the EU has acted like a natural catalyst and we’ve seen an increase in demand for lawyers.

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