Department: Commercial Property
Due to expansion we are currently recruiting for the following THREE positions to join our Commercial Property team.
Solicitor/Legal Executive – 2 year + PQE
Providing support to the Head of Department, this is an exciting opportunity to manage your own caseload.
Typical work will include:
- Sales and acquisitions
- Landlord and tenant
The ideal candidate will have general commercial property experience and be able to work using their own initiative.
Solicitor – 5-10yr + PQE
We are looking for a driven Commercial Property Solicitor with a proven history of dealing with commercial development work.
Carrying out high quality work for a wide variety of commercial property clients in various sectors, this role provides an excellent opportunity for progression.
Department: Private Client
3 years + PQE Lawyer
We are currently recruiting for a qualified solicitor/CILex with 3 years + PQE.
Working alongside the Head of Department and 2 other solicitors, the role will deal with most aspects of a private client caseload and main duties and responsibilities will include:
- Dealing with various aspects of a private client caseload including Wills, LPA’s, Court of Protection work and Estate planning/administration
- Providing advice to clients including elderly/vulnerable clients on Lasting Powers of Attorney
- Providing up to date and accurate legal advice in Wills, Trusts, Probate and Estate Administration
- Assist the Head of Department with the development of the department including utilisation of the firm’s sizeable Wills bank
This role also provides an opportunity for active involvement in marketing strategies and business development.
If you are interested in applying for any of the positions above, please contact our Practice Manager, Danny Roberts on 01604 609560 or by email here:
Speculative CV’s received from Recruitment Agencies
Should DFA Law receive a speculative CV from a recruitment agency, to any of it’s e-mail accounts, and irrespective of whether it is responded to, this will not form any type of contract between DFA Law and the agency.
CV’s received in this regard will be retained as property of DFA Law, who reserve the right to pursue and hire speculative candidates without any obligation to pay a third-party agency, even when CV’s are sent with the agency’s terms and conditions.
Should a candidate who’s CV has been received speculatively be recruited at a later date, there will be no obligation on DFA Law to pay a fee to the recruitment agency.