An opportunity has arisen to join a leading Legal 500 law firm in the Leicestershire market as a conveyancing fee earner.
My client is a modern, forward thinking commercial law firm who is known for its high staff retention. Although they are modern, they have traditional law firm values when it comes to dealing with clients - putting client care at the forefront of what they do.
In a market that is saturated by volume conveyancing firms, this law firm takes a fresh approach to their conveyancing process, bridging the gap between volume conveyancing and traditional high street offering.
This role does not require candidates to be qualified, but candidates should have experience dealing with the full conveyancing process.
You can expect to join a busy sub-team of three within a sizeable broader residential property team based in Leicester.
You will work closely with your team on matters, progressing these efficiently through the processes. The role will require a lot of client contact, so you should possess excellent client relationship management skills.
If you are looking for a law firm that is forward thinking, professional and ambitious, then this could be the firm for you. The firm pride themselves on offering genuine career progression opportunities.
The firm is based out of town, so you will avoid the city centre traffic and they offer free car parking. They offer 25 days holiday.
Apply now or for more information regarding this conveyancing fee earner role based in Leicester, please contact Sarah O'Neill at G2 Legal. 0121 609 1069.
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For more information about this role and to apply, please contact Sarah O'Neill at G2 Legal on 0121 609 1069 or forward an up to date copy of your CV.
PQE, years of experience and salary levels are shown purely as a guide. We will consider applications from candidates that can demonstrate the skills or experience required for this role.