Property Barrister

  • Job Reference: BH-36443-1
  • Date Posted: 15 May 2024
  • Recruiter: Law Staff Limited
  • Location: Hertfordshire
  • Remote Working: 100% remote working possible
  • Salary: £65,000 to £70,000
  • Sector: Civil litigation, Commercial litigation, Conveyancing
  • Personnel Type: Barrister

Job Description

An experienced barrister in property sought on a full-time permanent basis in North London area.

This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced barrister to join a growing dynamic team. The ideal candidate will possess excellent knowledge in property matters and be adept at working on cases under the Landlord and Tenants Act and providing advice on complex cases and transactions.


Cases under the Landlord and Tenant Act
Lease renewals
Leasehold and enfranchisements
Leasehold agreements
Acting for developers
Advising on complex transactions

The Candidate

Qualified barrister with a minimum of 5 years’ PQE in conveyancing
Excellent communication and client care skills
A skilled advocate
Attention to detail will be a key attribute
A team player who is equally comfortable working on their own initiative
The Firm

Our client is steadfast and innovative property management law firm that is going through a period of sustained growth, looking to add to their strong and dynamic team of expert lawyers. With knowledge across the board in residential landlord and tenant matters, management companies, freeholders and managing agents, they offer clients a range of services in a friendly and cost-effective manner. Staffed by professional and talented property management lawyers, the team endeavours to provide exceptional solutions and client care. They are located on the borders of the medieval Hertfordshire town set within a modern office that is well served with travel links providing excellent access to London.


Barrister - Conveyancing

For further details of this barrister vacancy, please contact Marcus Stevens 


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