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Civil Litigation Solicitor

Civil Litigation Solicitor

  • A vacancy has arisen for an experienced Solicitor or Legal Executive to work in the Civil Litigation team of our Exeter office.
  • You will undertake a varied civil litigation caseload particularly relating to property litigation.
  • As well as running your own caseload, you will be assisting the partner in charge of the team and other lawyers on larger cases, so you will need to have a flexible approach and the ability to work in a team.
  • In addition to fee earning work, there will be administrative and Lexcel compliance duties. You will be required to participate in team projects and be involved in business development activities including pipelining, marketing and pricing.
  • Experience with property law issues is essential.
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