We are looking for ambitious Trainee Solicitors who want to develop their career with an innovative, customer-focused legal firm. The ideal candidate will be highly intelligent, driven to succeed and will demonstrate a vision of exemplary client experience that is aligned with the values of the business.
The 2 year traineeship will involve working closely with our team of dedicated Solicitors and Senior Paralegals on both Residential Conveyancing and Private Client legal work. Based in our Head Office in South Gyle, Edinburgh and from time-to-time working with the team in our Glasgow Office, you will work towards becoming an expert in all of the legal processes involved in carrying-out both residential sale and purchase transactions, remortgage conveyancing and private client legal services including wills, powers of attorney and executries.
Our legal team handles a rich mix of self-generated and introduced conveyancing work, so you will have the opportunity to work with some of the UK’s leading housebuilders and financial advisers in addition to the firm’s own estate agency clients. This is an exciting opportunity to carry out your traineeship in a growing, professional and fast-paced team.
During your traineeship you will provide a first class service, building client trust and confidence. You will ensure that clients are supported and provided with appropriate advice and recommendations. In return you will enjoy a friendly, supportive environment where excellence and hard work are recognised. You will be encouraged to put forward your ideas and make suggestions
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MOV8 Real Estate is one of Scotland’s most innovative and fastest growing solicitor and estate agency firms with an established and rapidly expanding conveyancing and private client legal services department.
MOV8 is a vibrant and exciting company, committed to diversity in the workplace and to making a positive difference in the community around us through our corporate social responsibility program.
Please submit all applications via our website or via the link provided before midday on Friday 2 October 2020 at 12 noon.