We are looking for a paralegal to work within our growing Leasehold Enfranchisement Team. This role is based in our new A12 Commercial Hub at Marks Tey.
Your primary role as a paralegal will be to support the firm’s specialist leasehold enfranchisement solicitors in proactively progressing clients’ leasehold matters, including statutory and non-statutory lease extensions, freehold purchases relating to leasehold houses, Deeds of Variation and collective enfranchisement. You will work closely with our specialist leasehold enfranchisement solicitors and with our leasehold enfranchisement Client Enquiries Executive.
Prior experience in leasehold enfranchisement matters is preferable but not essential. In the absence of specific leasehold enfranchisement matter experience, previous residential or commercial property matter experience is required.
A competitive salary which will be subject to previous experience, as well as a modern and agile working environment at the firm’s brand new regional head office, the A12 Commercial Hub, at Marks Tey, Colchester. The A12 commercial Hub offers colleagues free parking, agile working space, and easy access by road (being based on J25 of the A12) or train (500m from Marks Tey train station). You will be based alongside Holmes & Hills’ other leasehold enfranchisement specialist, the wider Commercial Property Team and the firm’s Head of Residential Property.
Holmes & Hills Solicitors is a large and growing regional law firm with its heart in East Anglia. From six offices across Essex and Suffolk - including the brand new 14,000 sq ft A12 Commercial Hub at J25 of the A12 - our 140 legal industry professionals work in partnership with clients to provide truly proactive legal services through personal relationships.
Acting as a trusted advisor to individuals, businesses and local authorities, the solicitors and support staff at Holmes & Hills take the time to understand clients’ objectives before delivering practical advice through a personal and accessible approach.
We apologise, but due to the volume of applications we are currently receiving, we may not always be able to respond to unsuccessful applicants.