Property Lawyer

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Job Details

Type: permanent
Hours: full time
Salary: Please contact for more information
Posted: 04 Nov 2019
Closes: 04 May 2020
Ref: P04112019-1002/FIEC

Important Requirements

Applications can only be considered from those who are UK citizens or who otherwise have a right to work in the UK.

Edward Connor Solicitors has been uniquely set up as both a law firm and a charity, to offer specialised legal advice to Christian organisations and churches. We seek to provide advice that is both legally robust and biblically faithful. By God’s grace we’ve been growing to serve an increasing number of clients in advancing the kingdom.

We are looking for a property lawyer to join our existing team, working alongside other Christian solicitors at the top of their field. We are seeking an individual who is passionate about using their legal expertise to help Christian organisations and churches be more effective in serving Christ

Required Skills

This could be a full or part-time position, based either in our Market Harborough office in Leicestershire or in Old Street, London. It would suit a qualified solicitor with at least 2 years PQE, including someone returning to work after a career break/career change. You will work closely with other members of the property team, as well as liaising with our charity law team.

Experience in commercial property law is essential. The ideal candidate will also be familiar with residential conveyancing and charity law, and have a good general understanding of the legal issues that Christian organisations and churches are likely to face.

It is a requirement for this role that the person we appoint is an evangelical Christian who is committed to our charity’s purposes – to see God’s kingdom grow.

For an application pack, please email [email protected] or telephone 01858 411568.

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