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Commercial Property Litigation Solicitor

Employer
Venn Group
Location
London
Salary
£35 - 40 per hour
Closing date
21 Jan 2021

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Sector/Practice Area
Real Estate, Property Litigation
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Job Details

Our client, a well-established high street firm based in London, is seeking an experienced Property Litigation lawyer to assist them with a busy caseload for approximately 3-6 months.

The role will involve dealing with a range of mainly commercial and some residential property litigation matters.

This is a 5 day per week role, the client would ideally like someone in the office 2-3 days per week initially, after which the role would be fully remote.

This is very exciting and dynamic role, in a very challenging and turbulent market with a January 2021 start date.

If this unique role is of interest to you, please do not hesitate to  contact Jav Ahmed on 020775577667 or email jahmed@venngroup.com to find out more

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Company

Venn Group is an acknowledged leader in professional interim recruitment, dedicated to helping our clients fill critical skills gaps with experienced contractors, locums and temporary staffing solutions. 

Our specialist teams apply extensive sector knowledge to understand the complexities of each specific assignment, ensuring an effective process, tailored to your time frame and budget. Our interim business is complemented by dedicated permanent recruitment expertise.

Whether you are looking for exceptional people, who can make a positive difference from day one or you are looking for a new role, Venn Group can help.

We are positive, practical and collaborative and we would welcome the opportunity to deliver an outstanding service to you.

Essentially, we do our job, so you can get on with yours.

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