Residential Property Lawyer
£45,000 - £60,000 DOE
We represent an up & coming, central London law practice who have just opened up their second office. The firm are looking to recruit an experienced Residential Property Lawyer for their Real Estate department. This position will require you to handle £multi-million transactions from instruction to completion with minimal supervision.
In a firm that values the 'quality-over-quantity’ approach, you will handle files autonomously from initial instruction through to completion. You will also be trained in business development and you will get the chance to grow your own client base from day one.
There are several support staff on hand to deal with opening of the files which will leave the successful candidate with the opportunity to utilise their technical skills where they are most needed. The success of the organisation is based on staff contribution and you will play a pivotal role in the ongoing development of the team.
On offer is a competitive salary and an excellent opportunity to join a friendly and ambitious firm which is renowned for its culture of promoting from within.
Skills and Responsibilities:
A minimum of 2 years’ PQE as a Conveyancer with the ability to run a caseload of files from instruction through to completion
Excellent organisational skills
Driven and hungry for success
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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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