An exciting opportunity has arisen for a temporary Property Litigation Lawyer to join a leading full-service law firm based in Birmingham. This assignment is to cover permanent recruitment and is offered for an initial 6-month basis, with the possibility of further extension.
This role is rewarded with a competitive salary and presents an excellent opportunity to join a team which can offer a varied and challenging caseload.
The Property Litigation Lawyer will be joining a highly regarded team and providing advice on all aspects of property related disputes to commercial and public-sector clients including high net worth individuals. Client will include Landlords, Tenants and major landowners seeking advice on a broad range of property related issues including high value complex property disputes, property contracts and insolvency, rights of way, boundary disputes and leasehold enfranchisement.
The team have a particular specialism in commercial landlord and tenant, retail and leisure, development and agricultural, so experience in these matters would be advantageous.
The successful Property Litigation Lawyer will be a UK qualified lawyer with ideally 3 years post qualification experience in Property Litigation gained at a reputable national practice. Due to the nature of the role, a sound understanding of The Landlord and Tenant Act 1954. This does not preclude someone with more qualified experience from applying for the role.
You will be able to demonstrate exceptional technical skills, excellent organisational and communication skills, a high degree of initiative along with the ability to provide a first-rate client service both internally and externally.
This company is a highly regarded national law firm who pride themselves on delivering a wide range of expertise focusing on key industry sectors in order to provide high quality advice to their clients.
For further information on this or other similar roles please contact Leighann Ellis at Robert Walters on or email
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