Birmingham, West Midlands
£60000 - £80000 per annum + Competitive benefits
9 months ago
Our client's leading property litigation team is rated as first class both in Birmingham and nationally, led by a highly regarded and Legal 500 rated partner. They now have an outstanding opportunity for an experienced property litigation lawyer to join at senior associate level.
You will join the one of the largest dedicated property litigation teams in the UK, rated as among the best in the UK. The role comes with a market leading, dynamic and growing global team who work together to produce outstanding results for their clients. They invest in first class training and career development programme, reflecting their position as a market leader. Their tailored training will assist you to develop as a specialist and to deliver the best service for your clients. As a senior property litigation specialist, you can also expect early responsibility and opportunities to develop client relationships.
The successful candidate will ideally have gained experience in a City firm, large national or regional practice and have substantial experience of handling property litigation work and have proven supervisory skills and a strong client focused approach. You will be ready to use your previous experience of business development to generate new business and encourage cross-selling.
The firm can offer a very competitive salary and benefits package together a range of diversity and inclusion initiatives to create an environment in which it's people can flourish. They operate an agile working scheme, which offers their employees flexibility in terms of where, and how, they work.
We specialise in the recruitment of lawyers across private practice and in-house in the Midlands region. For an initial conversation about this opportunity please get in touch.
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