We’re one of the largest specialist teams outside of London, and partnership is a reality here.
Our Housing Litigation Department is one of the largest specialist teams outside of London and is headed by 2 partners, Martin and Karl with a team of 2 Directors, 4 Senior Associates, 2 Associates and 5 other non-qualified fee earners.
We advise in all areas covered by commercial and residential landlord and tenant law, and also in relation to Real Property disputes (Restrictive Covenants, Rights to Light, Easements, Mines and Minerals etc).
Martin leads on the commercial side of the practice and Karl is head of the residential. The two existing Directors are commercial specialists and we are looking for ambitious and driven candidates that can add further experience and expertise at that Director level from a residential perspective.
The lawyers with a residential work act for a broad category of residential sector clients, including private and public sector clients with nationwide long leasehold and tenanted portfolios, property consultancy firms, retail lenders and fixed charge receivers.
What we are looking for:
When you’re looking for a job, we know it’s about more than just the role. That’s why we provide the support you need to develop and grow your career. We’ve hybrid and flexible working, so you can make work and life work together for you. Walker Morris is a top 100 commercial law firm where you don’t have to fit a mould, so you can bring your full self to work and our commitment to a meaningful work life balance means you can take your full-self home again too!
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At Walker Morris we are working to be an inclusive employer, and we encourage people from all backgrounds, ways of thinking and working to apply. We particularly welcome applications from Disabled, Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic as well as LGBTQ+ and non-binary candidates. Each individual brings their own unique capabilities, experiences and characteristics to their work, so you don’t have to meet all the requirements listed to apply for this role.