If you're a Litigation Solicitor, passionate about the law and looking for your next career move in the East Sussex area, please get in touch with us today to find out more about this well-paid, full-time Litigation Solicitor role.
Paying a competitive salary alongside attractive benefits, offering an inclusive and friendly team environment, the successful firm you will be working for is currently looking for an ambitious legal executive to work in its housing-related team. Focusing solely on the law of housing management, you will be part of a supportive team providing a depth of expertise rarely found within ordinary legal practices.
You can expect to advise clients on such areas as:
-Policies, procedures, discrimination and equality issues
-Disrepair and dilapidations
-Anti-social behaviour issues
The team of specialist housing lawyers you will be working in takes a friendly, customer-focused, with the proven philosophy that professional informality gets results. The clients you will be dealing with range from small to significant housing associations. To avoid any conflict of interest, you will only act for landlords delivering practical solutions to what are often time-critical problems.
The successful Litigation Solicitor candidate will have:
-Proven experience within litigation, whether property-related or general civil litigation
-A minimum of two years' PQE
-A confident and collaborative approach to dealing with clients and their issues
This legal position will suit an ambitious self-starter who can take the lead and manage a project themselves. Equally important are excellent collaboration skills and a clear and calm communication style. In return, you will enjoy a supportive and frictionless work environment and a career path that will ensure you grow and develop within the company.
If this Litigation Solicitor job in East Sussex is something you are qualified to handle, contact us today for more details.
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