Wright Hassall is one of the largest, non-city based law firms in the West Midlands with a national reputation for its technical expertise. Ranked top tier in Chambers and Legal 500 the agricultural and estates team acts for landowners, farmers, tenants and rural business and has one of the leading legal specialists on the CAP.
In line with the firm’s growth strategy, Agriculture is one of our key priority sectors so this is a great opportunity to work within a high profile team.
We are looking for an ambitious Property Solicitor with between 4 and 8 years’ experience. Your background will ideally be within agriculture; if not, you will have a genuine interest within this sector.
You will have good client and team communication skills, excellent drafting and negotiation skills and a desire to play a key role in the future of the team. Above all, you will be able to deliver succinct, quality and tailored advice to key clients. You will also be able to demonstrate the ability to work both autonomously and as a team player and will have high levels of motivation.
You will be given guidance and support to develop your career within our agriculture team. In line with the firms’ growth strategy, agriculture is one of our key priority sectors so this is a great opportunity to work within a high profile team.
We offer a competitive salary and excellent benefits package, including 25 days annual leave (rising to 30 days), pension, car parking, training and development, private medical insurance, life assurance, healthcare scheme, subsidised gym membership, on-site café, childcare vouchers, and an active social committee.
Wright Hassall values the differences and advantages that a diverse workforce brings to the firm, and is committed to ensuring that all applicants are valued as individuals and treated with respect and fairness.
To apply please complete the job enquiry form below or contact Anne Marcantonio directly on 07970 025583 for an informal discussion in the strictest confidence.
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