Housing (Landlord) Litigation Solicitor

Recruiter
Location
London, England / England, City of London, London
Salary
£45000.00 - £60000.00 per annum + benefits
Posted
04 Oct 2017
Closes
01 Nov 2017
Ref
BBBH15112
Contact
Joanna Murfin
Sector/Practice Area
Other
Vacancy Type
Lawyers
Contract/hours
Full time

Housing (Landlord) Litigation Solicitor

Top 200 law firm

City of London

An excellent 100+ Partner law firm based in the City of London are currently seeking a Housing Litigation Solicitor. This firm acts nationally and internationally with some of the largest developers in the World. The firm has expertise in both the commercial property and social housing fields for clients as disparate as developers, pension funds, private clients, public sector bodies and registered Social Landlord.

An excellent opportunity has arisen for a Housing Litigation Solicitor (on the landlord side) to join this leading international firm based in their City of London office, Salary is negotiable depending on your level experience.

Your duties will include managing a caseload of housing management litigation, injunctions, possession, disrepair, cases before the FTT and from time to time some policy advice.

You will be a Solicitor with between 2-5 years PQE (although if you do fall slightly outside of this I would still urge you to apply as the firm are keeping an open mind with this hire). You will ideally have some advocacy experience and will coach and train more junior members of the team.

This is a fantastic opportunity for a Housing Litigation Solicitor to join a highly regarded City firm. Apply now for immediate consideration, or feel free to give Joanna at QED Legal a call for a confidential conversation!

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