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Property Lawyer

Published 2017-10-17 19:34:42

Cardiff , Wales.
Permanent Start : ASAP Experience : Expected Salary : £20,000 - £40,000

Job description

Property Lawyer Cardiff £20,000 – £40,000 Property Lawyer Cardiff Competitive salary, bonus + additional benefits My client is a national top 200 law firm with an excellent reputation in Cardiff and are looking to add a Property Lawyer to their expanding team in Cardiff. The ideal candidate will have 1 - 5 yrs PQE and have significant residential property experience. The current team handle a wide range of conveyancing issues, including buying and selling of freehold and leasehold properties as well as lease extensions, transfers of equity and development work. You must have experience of handling the legal aspects of the residential conveyancing process from start to finish whether its freehold or leasehold properties. For this role you will be managing a varied case-load so it’s important that you stay calm under pressure and have the ability to effectively time management your tasks and work to strict deadlines. Applications will be considered from candidates at both Licensed Conveyancer and Legal Executive level, provided you have 12 months experience at an established firm. This is an excellent opportunity to join a leading firm so if you are keen to continue your residential property career please forward your CV to J for consideration.Please contact Jayne Kivlehan to discuss the role in more detail or apply through the vacancy for immediate consideration.Douglas Scott are THE Legal Recruitment experts and the UKs leading law firms trust us with their legal vacancies. You can therefore apply for our South West and South Wales based legal job with confidence. We are a regulated Recruitment Consultancy and will discuss this role with you and seek approval before submitting your application directly to the decision maker.Please see our website (www.douglas-scott.co.uk) for more legal jobs in the South West and South Wales.
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