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Property Lawyer - Salisbury, Wiltshire

Property Lawyer - Salisbury, Wiltshire

Salary : Market Rate & depending on experience

The Company:
Our client is the fastest growing Solicitors in Salisbury, Andover and Amesbury, growing by 1000% in just 12 years through a combination of organic growth and mergers.
They have a successful and expanding residential property team.
They pride themselves on providing friendly, approachable and value for money legal services : with a high level of professional expertise.

They believe solicitors should be proactive by keeping clients informed and advised well before problems arise.

The Role:
The successful Residential & Commercial Property Lawyer will join an exciting and progressive firm which continues to grow.

The ideal candidate will need to play a flexible but senior role within the team and there are potentially 5 parts to this particular role;
1. acting for property investors
2. a willingness to supervise and train 2 junior lawyers
3. some straightforward residential property work
4. some light commercial property work : this is preferable but not essential
5. depending on the candidate, a role as second-in-command of the 20 strong property team may be available
The job is suitable for an experienced residential property lawyer this with a minimum of 3 years PQE or equivalent.

The right candidate will have

At least 3 years' experience of residential conveyancing work
A thorough understanding of the law and practice surrounding conveyancing
The ability to supervise and assist with the training of paralegals
The confidence and the ability to react to change whilst working within a pressurised environment
A keen eye for detail
Excellent standards of client care and great communication skills
A history of strong billing
A desire and the ability to help in the growth of the residential property department
Our client offers flexible working if required : many of our lawyers routinely work from home, for example.

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