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Sellick Partnership are delighted to be working with a well-regarded in the North East authority to assist them in finding a locum Housing Litigation Lawyer to join their dynamic team. The position will be for initially 3 months with possibility of extension.
The successful housing lawyer will have public sector housing experience which will be beneficial in their role, the role will require court attendance where required.
The role of the Housing Litigation Lawyer will include, but is not limited to:
There are also a variety of benefits, including:
If interested, please speak with India Langman at our Manchester office to find out more about this great opportunity. 0161*********. Email: *************@sellickpartnership.co.uk
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