Private Practice

Housing Litigation Solicitor

Housing Litigation Solicitor

  • About the team: The team has an expanding client base and its reputation has been slowly growing for the last 15 years, a trend we expect to continue.
  • About the role: The caseload will include disrepair claims, possession claims (including Equality Act and PSED defences), civil injunctions, committal applications, succession, tenancy fraud and advising upon policies that involve tenancy management issues.
  • Looking for: You must have previous experience of housing and tenancy management, tenancy and social housing litigation, to include emergency relief.
  • Opportunities: The successful candidate will be exposed to opportunities for further progress and development in terms of case load, progression and client contact.
  • And more: Our client base ranges from property portfolio holders including large charities and retailers, house builders and developers, social landlords and government institutions.

Winckworth Sherwood LLP

Winckworth Sherwood is a fast growing full service commercial firm headquartered in London with a focus on exceptional client service and a commercial approach.

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