Job Description

Property Litigation Partner – Top 100 Firm

Job Type: ,

Location: London

Job Level: Partner

New opportunity for a property litigation partner to join this firm’s growing London office. Management skills will be essential.

This is a sizable full-service firm with capacity to run all manner of property disputes, and there are excellent systems in place for administration, marketing, billing etc. The London office is part of a successful national network, and the London partners enjoy a good level of autonomy and work together as a team.

There are associates in situ in London but no partner, so this person will have immediate skilled support for their caseload.

The team’s work is a mix of commercial and residential property disputes including adverse possession claims, right to light, dilapidations matters, enfranchisement etc, and they act both for landlords and tenants. The firm has a strong and loyal client base of banks, commercial businesses and wealthy individuals so there is a diverse range of potential clients.

The culture is highly praised by partners, who describe an enthusiastic, informal group who work together well and focus on quality. This could be a good option for someone moving from a small firm seeking better systems, or indeed a City partner who is keen to be part of a firm which prioritises this practice area.

Please contact Sarah Coughtrie at Cayley Coughtrie for further information, either by calling 020 3818 8779 or emailing


* Cayley Coughtrie is a recruitment consultancy specialising in legal recruitment primarily across London and the UK.

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