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about 1 month ago
JS Legal Ltd
Salary: to £55,000
Location: London
Job type: Permanent
Job sector: Private Practice
Experience: PQE 1, PQE 2, PQE 3
Contact: Julia Scott
Sector: Litigation, Property Litigation
Category: Solicitor Jobs

This Legal 500 firm has a thriving Dispute Resolution Department.  An opportunity has arisen for an assistant solicitor to join its property litigation department.

The team acts for a diverse range of corporate and individual clients. 

The successful candidate will have  experience  advising residential and commercial landlords and tenants on a wide range of issues including:

  • Commercial landlord and tenant disputes: dilapidations, rent reviews, distress, forfeiture etc
  • Business Lease renewals
  • Possession proceedings including claims against squatters, adverse possession, trespass, nuisance, easements and prescriptive rights
  • Breach of covenants e.g. failure to obtain Landlord’s consent on assignment, underletting, alterations etc. or Landlord’s failure to comply with his/her obligations under the Lease

You will be academically strong and currently be practising at a well-regarded commercial real estate disputes practice.  

You will be able to demonstrate sharp commercial acumen in understanding a client’s business and delivering commercially focussed advice

The role is very much client facing and you will be encouraged to take a very active role in business development initiatives.

You will receive excellent support and ongoing training from the partners and senior associates in the department but will also be given the autonomy to manage your own caseload.

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