Residential Conveyancing Solicitor (1-4 years' PQE) - East Lothian
Residential Conveyancing, Conveyancing
Are you a residential conveyancing solicitor looking for a new opportunity in East Lothian? Or perhaps you are looking for a move out with the city centre?
Residential Conveyancing Solicitor, Dundee - Dundee
Residential Conveyancing, Commercial Property
This expanding law firm is currently recruiting a Solicitor to join its team in either the Dundee or Angus office.
Residential Conveyancing Solicitor - Angus
Expanding private practice is seeking an experienced Residential Conveyancing Solicitor to join its Angus office.
General Practice Solicitor - Scottish Borders
Agriculture/Rural Property, Civil Court Litigation, Family Matrimonial, Private Client, Conveyancing
Tired of working for a large soulless corporate, want to join a thriving private practice where you can really make a difference and engage with your clients?
Junior Rural Solicitor, Edinburgh - Edinburgh
Agriculture/Rural Property, Commercial Property
Our client, a leading Scottish Law firm, is currently recruiting a Solicitor to join its Rural Land and Business team in Edinburgh.
Junior Personal Injury Solicitor, - Edinburgh or Glasgow
Civil Court Litigation, Personal Injury
This busy personal injury team are currently recruiting a Solicitor at the NQ – 2 years’ pqe level.
Private Client Solicitor (Executries) - Wick
Private Client Solicitor, with an emphasis on Executries, needed
Private Client Associate - Glasgow
Private Client, Trusts & Estates
You are an experienced Private Client Solicitor/Associate who wants to be part of a dynamic and close-knit private client team and drive the department forwards.
Personal Injury Associate - Glasgow
Civil Court Litigation, Personal Injury, Civil Court Work
You have at least 5 years PQE specialising in Personal Injury and you want to make a strategic career move to a firm where you can make a real impact from a senior standpoint.
Private Client Solicitor - 3 - 6 years PQE - Glasgow
wills, trusts, POA, guardianships
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