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about 1 year ago
BCL Legal
Salary: £22000 - £40000 per annum
Location: Cambridge, Peterborough, Thetford, Ipswich, Bedfordshire
Job type: Permanent
Job sector: Private Practice
Experience: PQE 2, PQE 3, PQE 4, PQE 5, PQE 6-9
Contact: Joanne Lack
Sector: Residential Conveyancing
Category: Legal Executive Jobs, Licensed Conveyancer Jobs, Paralegal Jobs, Solicitor Jobs

Residential Conveyancer

This well known Legal 500 firm is looking for an experienced residential conveyancer to join its Cambridge office. This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced residential conveyancer with a minimum of four years fee earning experience to manage their own caseload of matters as well as develop the conveyancing offering at this office with full support of the partnership. .

Based in Cambridge the successful applicant will be given their own caseload of residential property matters to manage which will include all aspects of the conveyancing process from initial inception through to post completion including high net worth transactions.

If you're an experienced residential conveyancer looking for a challenging caseload whilst working in a supportive team environment then this is an opportunity worth considering. With a caseload of high quality residential work, plenty of scope for progression and a competitive remuneration package this is a great opportunity to establish yourself in a growing and reputable firm.

For more information relating to residential conveyancing vacancies in East Anglia please contact Joanne Lack at BCL Legal.

If you're interested in this role, please apply now or forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us.
If this job isn't quite right, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.

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BCL Legal is an equal opportunities employer.

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