Residential Conveyancing Solicitor LCL177

Residential Conveyancing Solicitor LCL177

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Area of Law: Residential Property

Salary: £30,000 per annum (negotiable)

Terms: Full-time

Location: Sittingbourne, Kent

Reference: LCL177

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The firm

A fantastic opportunity has arisen to join a well-established, forward-thinking practice which prides itself on providing excellent client care. The firm has a friendly atmosphere and offers a better work-life balance than most. The firm’s office is located in Kent and its growing practice advises individuals and businesses on many areas of law, including: litigation, commercial property, residential conveyancing, wills and trusts, family law, employment law and corporate and commercial.

The opportunity

You will be joining the Residential Conveyancing Department, handling with a varied caseload of sales, purchases, remortgages and transfers of equity for both freehold and leasehold properties.

About you

To be considered for this position, you must have a passion for property law and be able to demonstrate a real technical understanding of all processes from beginning to completion covering the full spectrum of residential property matters. You must also:

  • Be a qualified Solicitor with a solid academic background; and
  • Have 2+ years’ PQE.
In return

The firm is offering a salary of around £30,000 per annum, negotiable depending on experience. This is an excellent opportunity with an immediate start, offering the right candidate career progression in a growing practice. Parking is readily available near the office, which is also within easy walking distance of the railway station.

We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

To apply, please submit your CV to recruitment@lexconscientia.co.uk or call Matthew Sillett on 07827 816330 to enquire further.



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