We are a specialist Construction and Property Law Firm based in the City seeking an experienced solicitor with a proven track record in the fields of Property and/or Construction Litigation.
For the field of Property you should have experience of:
Contested and uncontested business lease renewals under the LTA 1954
Service charge claims
Easement and restrictive covenant disputes
Proprietary estoppel claims
Party Wall Act dispute
The role would require you to work with the team on a variety of contentious property/construction disputes and to have a sound understanding of risk, best practice and a commitment to a collaborative approach to problem solving
You will also take part in engaging and assisting with Business Development and Marketing. Our practice is well known for our seminars and it would be most welcome to hear how you could look to enhance our offering.
Please submit your CV with your application, no cover letter required.
Direct report to: Senior Partner
Salary: £70,000 plus dependant on experience
Location: City of London, EC3.
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