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Senior Property Dispute Resolution Associate

Senior Property Dispute Resolution Associate

  • An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced property/real estate litigation solicitor to join our team.
  • The team has an expanding client base and its reputation has been slowly growing for the last 10 years, a trend we expect to continue and the successful candidate will be exposed to opportunities that provide opportunities for further progress.
  • We cover the full range of property litigation services including development and land disputes, property contract disputes, residential and commercial property disputes.
  • Previous experience in social housing litigation (generally with a respected firm) is essential, to include emergency relief and advice on policies that involve tenancy management issues.
  • You must also have experience of residential landlord and tenant caseload focussing on tenancy management.

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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