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Full/ Part time
A Litigation Solicitor required to join a small, friendly local authority based in the Southern Home Counties.
As a Litigation Solicitor you will have experience and knowledge with the Housing Act 1985 due to the Council having their own housing stock, you will also have experience with ASB possessions and housing disrepair.
As a Litigation Solicitor you will be comfortable with and able to carry out your own cases in court and instruct Council. Court hearings are now in person but these are only once a month when all the basic rent possessions cases are listed, other hearings a fitted in as and when with plenty of notice.
Required skills and experience of the Litigation Solicitor:
- Qualified solicitor or Legal Executive is preferable
- Proven experience and knowledge of Litigation in a Local Authority setting
Benefits of the role:
- Remote working other than Court appearances
- Full or Part time options available
- Free on-site parking
- Small friendly team
If you believe you have the necessary skills and experience for this role, please apply now, or contact Amy Swain at Sellick Partnership on 0161 513 0886 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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