JUST IN.. brand new vacancy today as our client, one of the heavyweight firms in the Cardiff market, have just announced this new opening within...
JUST IN.. brand new vacancy today as our client, one of the heavyweight firms in the Cardiff market, have just announced this new opening within one of their specialist sub-teams of their very strong Litigation department !
Due to increasing levels of work within the team, they are looking to offer another NQ+ level position in their Landlord & Tenant Litigation team and this is an exciting opportunity to get involved in an interesting range of Litigation work which will certainly involve regular opportunities for your own advocacy and regular time out of the office and in Court.. this isn't a sit at your desk all day role !
The main areas of work will range from dealing with tenant anti-social behaviour, arrears of rent, potentially criminal damage and wider criminal behaviour, and the court proceedings available to landlords in these difficult situations.. the work is fast-paced and challenging with every case being different and it could even suit someone who always anticipated perhaps going in to Criminal Law work full-time but was put off by the perceived lack of career progression now as a Criminal lawyer.
You don't need existing experience of this specific work, so a general background of Civil Litigation or Property Litigation will be enough and full training on the specifics of these sorts of cases will be provided as part of joining this already strong and successful team.
Salary likely to be from c.£35,000 upwards depending on the successful candidate's CV and background experience at the moment.
Our client is keen to review CV's and then start to shortlist for interviews as soon as possible so if this sounds like it could be of interest please get in touch for more details as soon as possible.. please contact Matthew Goodwin at Chadwick Nott.
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Chadwick Nott Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.