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Property Litigation NQ – New Team

Reference: AJ9571EG
Job type: Permanent
Location: UK - London
Practice areas:
Real Estate
Real Estate - Property Litigation
This firm is extremely well-regarded in the real estate sector, and having grown its practice significantly in the last year or so it now has a full-service offering, including real estate disputes. Due to continuing high levels of workflow, the firm is now in need of junior support for the property litigation team.

The ideal candidate will be a final seat trainee or a newly qualified lawyer with excellent academics and training. It would be advantageous to have completed a property litigation seat, but this is not a prerequisite as long as you have both commercial litigation and general real estate experience and can demonstrate an interest in and enthusiasm for property litigation.

This is an interesting opportunity to join a small team where you will be working directly with the head of the team, and be able to gain high levels of responsibility as a junior lawyer. The firm has a fun and energetic atmosphere, and with the office in growth mode it is an exciting time to join.

Apply online or contact ALICE JENKINS at alice.jenkins@edwardsgibson.com or +44 207 153 4903 to find out more about this or similar opportunities.

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