A top 45 law firm is looking for a Property Litigation Solicitor to join their Legal 500 and Chambers recognised team in Leeds. In this role, you’ll join a fast-growing national property litigation team and deal with a varied caseload of matters.
The firm place a significant emphasis on the wellbeing of their employees offer flexible and home working to all of their lawyers. They provide their staff with an exceptional working culture and a very competitive benefits package.
This is an excellent opportunity for a dynamic NQ or junior property litigation solicitor looking to handle a broad range of work at a leading firm.
Property Litigation Solicitor - Leeds
A motivated NQ Solicitor or Property Litigation Solicitor with 0-3 years’ PQE
Will have sound knowledge of property litigation work
Will have excellent communication skills
Will have very good time management and organisation skills
Will be able to multi-task and work to strict deadlines and targets
How to apply for this Property Litigation Solicitor role
If this sounds like the job for you, you can apply via this website by clicking ‘Apply’ above. Alternatively, to learn more about this opportunity or to register your interest, contact Rebecca on 03300 245 606 or email email@example.com.
Rebecca is a consultant here at Realm and specialises in the recruitment of commercial and litigation lawyers. Working with departments across the North West, she recruits for roles at all levels. Rebecca’s experience in the legal sector and expert market knowledge means that she is perfectly placed help you take your next step.
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