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Blackwood & Smith LLP Negotiable

Residential Paralegal or Solicitor , Peebles

You must have at least two years of residential conveyancing experience (including both purchases and sales) and have the ability to work independently on your own caseload, dealing with transactions from start to finish, while providing excellent service to clients.You must be knowledgeable on AML and Accounts Rules compliance and...
McArthur Stanton Negotiable

Private Client Solicitor , Helensburgh

We are seeking a Solicitor with at least 2 years’ experience to join our busy Private Client department at our office in Helensburgh.  The relevant candidate will have a proven track record dealing with residential sales and purchases.  The varied caseload will also include re-mortgages and other general conveyancing transactions...
Masson Glennie Negotiable

Residential Conveyancing Solicitor , North East Coastal Town

 We are looking for someone to be able to handle a big caseload from start to finish who can deal with a wide range of residential conveyancing matters. The successful candidate should have several years’ experience.Contact Marie Robertson Marie.Robertson@massonglennie.co.uk with your CV if you wish to apply
The Law Society of Scotland Negotiable

Outreach Development Officer , Edinburgh

The TeamThe Careers & Outreach team is part of the Education, Training & Qualifications team at the Law Society. We are a small, dynamic team and deliver a wide range of projects and programmes which are particularly aimed at those at the junior end of their professional careers.The RoleThe outreach...
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