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Are you a Housing Law Solicitor or Legal Executive looking to secure your next new challenge within a leading Legal 500 Firm?

Our client is seeking a Housing Law Solicitor with good knowledge of the Legal Aid scheme along with relevant skills to provide supervision to junior lawyers. If you have exposure to any Private Client work, this would be advantageous.

Working with the team who are experts within Housing, Community Care and Public Law, this is an excellent opportunity for a competent lawyer to showcase your

The Firm:
The Legal 500 Firm, with a legacy spanning over a century, is widely acknowledged for its esteemed reputation. Boasting a sizable team of proficient lawyers who are dedicated to upholding the values of professionalism, clarity, respect, and genuine care, while providing an extensive range of expert legal services. Embracing a collaborative ethos, the firm cultivates a supportive atmosphere for both clients and colleagues, working towards achieving optimal outcomes. Recognising the effectiveness of teamwork, they understand that the best results emerge from collective efforts.

Type of work:
Tenancy dispute proceedings
What will be expected from you?
Ability to meet the LAA supervisor requirements
Good working knowledge of the legal aid scheme and CCMS
Willingness to be involved in business development
Good track record of creating and maintaining client contacts
Carrying out all allotted casework, promptly and efficiently
Communicating clearly and regularly with clients
Keeping up to date with general legal developments
Ensuring that time spent on all casework is promptly recorded and on conclusion of cases that they are billed, and payment is recorded promptly
Dealing with all routine correspondence, negotiations and advocacy, where appropriate.
Undertaking appropriate administrative tasks in accordance with the Office Manual
Providing supervision where appropriate and/or reporting to supervisors when supervision required
What is on offer in return?
Flexible and hybrid working
Bonus scheme
Health Cashback Plan
Wellbeing initiatives
Career development programme
Length of service awards
Staff forums and committeesFor further details of this vacancy, please contact Mia Henderson on (phone number removed) quoting reference 36458.

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Full TimePermanent



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