Property Litigation Associate (with Partnership Track) - 6PQE+
Pure Search are instructed by a leading City law firm looking to hire a Senior Associate or Junior Partner to join their highly-regarded Property Litigation team.
Our client is an enterprising and fast-growing firm, known for its strong reputation in the corporate and real estate space. They have a strong international outlook, with a strong network across Europe, the US and Far East, whilst recognising the importance of a good work/life balance. The firm is currently going through a period of transition and development, which has presented a range of exciting opportunities for senior associates looking for a genuine path towards partnership.
The role will principally involve advising ultra-high-net worth and high-net-worth individuals, private investors and small to medium sized property companies in respect of their contentious needs. Instructions can occur at an early stage to discuss strategy and implementation or follow the whole litigation cycle. The team's work spans restrictive covenants, right to light, rent recovery, trespass, easements and seeking possession from protected tenants, regularly representing clients in court, tribunals and arbitrations.
Joining a small and collegiate team, this role stands out for any senior associate with clear aspirations of making partnership in a short period of time. You will be part of a team with a key member of the firm's management board, providing a clear opportunity to make an impression and implement your own vision for the growth and development of the team.
You will have at least 6 years experience in a property litigation position, gaining a broad spread of experience and having hands-on experience with clients. You may be at a point in your career where you have developed a strong reputation at your own firm but feel ready for a new start and a clear platform for partnership, something which would be discussed in advance of and during any interview process.
For further information and a confidential discussion, please contact Daniel Diamond at Pure Search