Job title: Property Litigation Solicitor, OxfordSalary: £62,000-£70,000PQE Level: 4+ PQEContract Type: PermanentWorking Hours: Full-timeAdvertYou will be joining a well-established Legal 500 and Chambers rated firm...
Job title: Property Litigation Solicitor
Salary: £55k - £68k+ Depending on Experience
PQE Level: 4+ PQE
Contract Type: Permanent
Working Hours: Full-time
Our client is a highly regarded UK top 100 law firm who are seeking an experienced lawyer for their established property disputes team. The practice assists a variety of notable clients with residential and commercial portfolios and provide incoming lawyers with a market-leading internal development structure, excellent caseloads and a driven but supportive team.
As a valued member of the team, you will be responsible for:
- Managing a caseload of files, including work such as boundary disputes, rights over land ownership, covenants, joint ownership issues and more.
- Dealing directly with clients to take instructions and deliver on client expectations.
- Collaborating with senior members of the team on complex work.
- Developing your own profile and the teams through seminars, networking events, industry talks and more.
To be considered for this role you will:
- Have at least 4 years' experience within property litigation.
- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
- Have an interest in specialisms such as service charge disputes, TOLATA claims, or property related professional negligence. This is desirable but not essential.
- Have a willingness to engage in business development and marketing initiatives.
This role is ideal for experienced property disputes solicitors who are seeking the autonomy and freedom to build your own profile and the teams with the backing of a top-tier firm.
For more information on this role or other opportunities within Oxfordshire or the Southeast in general please do get in touch with Will Webster at Chadwick Nott on 0117 945 1634 or email@example.com
*Where a level of experience is indicated, this is a guideline only and represents the amount of time we would usually expect a candidate to accumulate the requisite level of experience. This does not preclude applications from candidates with more or less experience.