£30,000 - £50,000
We represent a leading law firm in Oxfordshire that are looking to grow the team and add a talented Property Lawyer to their thriving Property department.
The department’s client base is made up from a range of financial institutions that rely on the practice to deal with their property portfolios/ legal finance matters. The firm provide a first-class service across our diverse product range which covers both servicing and litigation.
This vacancy would ideally suit a Solicitor with at least 2 years’ experience. A grounding in residential or commercial conveyancing is essential but training will be provided on the more niche areas of property law that you will be expected to carry out.
This is a fantastic opportunity for a Conveyancer or Solicitor to truly specialise in a growing area of property law and to develop highly sought after technical skills.
Skills and responsibilities:
You will be a qualified conveyancer, solicitor or legal executive with at least 2 years’ PQE
Solid technical skills and an enthusiastic approach to business development
Motivation to supervise Paralegals and junior members of staff where necessary
If this specific vacancy is not exactly what you are looking for please contact us to discuss other opportunities we may be recruiting for that aren’t necessarily advertised; you can send your CV to this vacancy or contact us directly. Additionally, refer a friend or colleague to us and receive £200 in vouchers if we assist them in securing a new career.
Synonyms: Conveyancing Solicitor: property solicitor, residential property solicitor, residential property fee earner, conveyancer, residential conveyancer, residential property associate, conveyancing associate, conveyancing executive, conveyancing fee earner, Intermediate conveyancer
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