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Property Litigation and Housing Litigation Locum posts in North West London

Two new vacancies have arisen as follows:

1. Property Litigation – long term contract available in North West London with specialist property litigation firm (NW4). Looking for a locum to join on, potentially on a long term basis. Usual range of work includes arrears of rent, arrears of service charge, dilapidations, commercial lease renewals, forfeiture, tenant insolvency and rent review disputes.

2. Housing Litigation lawyer – this position is for someone who really knows their Landlord/Tenant law. Knowledge of CPR Part 55 is essential. And so is an ability to get on with a team and muck-in.
The firm are looking for another experienced Landlord/Tenant solicitor or paralegal to join the team in Mill Hill, London NW7. The successful candidate will be required to process and manage a large case-load of residential possession proceedings. Experience essential in dealing with residential landlords and agents, an excellent telephone manner and honed computer skills.
Experience is needed in notice-drafting, statement-taking and residential possessions claims.

If either post sounds of interest, please let me know. The next step will be for us to get a CV through to the senior partner, together with any further details.

Notice period and proposed hourly rates/salary equivalent essential at this stage.

Jonathan Fagan

Jonathan Fagan is a legal recruitment consultant for Interim Lawyers and Managing Director of Limited. "I have been recruiting solicitors and legal support staff for law firms and in house legal departments for over 20 years. I am a non-practising solicitor, on the Roll since June 2000, and also a director of the Ten-Percent Group of Legal Recruitment websites. I also regularly comment on legal recruitment via my blog Interim Lawyers is the specialist locum arm of the Ten-Percent group and we have over 1100 locums on the books. We can usually keep our locums busy throughout the year, although it does very much depend on the market and fields of law. Get in touch with me to register assignments or look for locum work."