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Property Litigation Associate

Property Litigation Associate

  • Location

    London, England

  • Sector:

    Legal, Dispute Resolution

  • Type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    £65000.00 - £80000.00 per annum

  • Contact:

    Jonathan Smyth

  • Contact Email:

    jonathan.smyth@pro-legal.co.uk

  • Salary:

    80000

  • Salary:

    65000

  • Reference:

    BBBH41323

  • Published:

    2 months ago

  • Expiry Date:

    2018-11-03

An extremely popular firm with associates seeking to maintain an outstanding calibre of client and enjoy greater flexibility and work/life balance, this West End firm has gone from strength to strength, achieving excellent positions in various industry rankings publications.

The Firm enjoys an outstanding reputation across all areas of Real Estate, with Property Litigation being held up as one of the premier departments within the practice. Associates from City practices who are keen to reduce their working hours whilst still developing their career on high-calibre Real Estate Litigation matters should seriously consider this rare and exciting opportunity.

As the Property Litigation department continues to grow, additional needs have arisen at Associate/Senior Associate level, and the Firm are keen to speak with experienced individuals who have developed a solid base of experience and knowledge within Real Estate Disputes. Applicants should ideally have gained this experience at a comparable Property Litigation department, working in either a City, West End, or National practice. Applicants from strong Regional firms are also strongly encouraged to apply.

The Firm offers an outstanding training and development programme that is geared towards providing its Associates with tailored training to ensure the future growth of their own practice within the wider Property Litigation department. Solid remuneration and an excellent benefits package are also on offer.

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