Birmingham, West Midlands
£42000 - £52000 per annum + Comprehensive package
8 months ago
Excellent role for a property litigation lawyer to join one of the UK's leading regional practices as part of a strong property dispute resolution team. Our client is a Sunday Times 100 Best Company and has a reputation for being a fantastic firm to work for.
The property litigation team act for a wide range of commercial businesses, institutions, landed estates and individuals on all aspects of real estate and property disputes. The team also provide regular training event for clients and share knowledge and expertise in order to educate clients and reduce legal spend. As a result the team have a reputation for providing dependable and strategic advice, focussed on resolving disputes at the earliest possible stage whilst achieving the right results for clients.
This role will incorporate a varied caseload to include everything from; dilapidations, break notices and lease renewals through to working on highly complex property insolvency, fraud, injunctions, telecoms issues, right to light cases and reputational/business continuity risks presented by campaigns and protest groups.
Working as part of a specialist team who pride themselves on understanding their clients specific business needs and offering practical and commercial solutions to litigation, this is a great role for a junior to mid-level property litigation lawyer looking for a new challenge and the opportunity to join a thriving and highly supportive property litigation team.
Our client is a modern and progressive law firm and is known for providing a great working environment, fairness and equality, healthy work-life balance and excellent benefits.
We specialise in the recruitment of lawyers across private practice and in-house in the Midlands region. For an initial conversation about this opportunity please get in touch.
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