Many law firms say they are different, special, unique; Anthony Collins Solicitors LLP is all of these things because we exist to improve lives, communities, and society through advising individuals, businesses, not for profit organisations, charities and public sector bodies throughout the UK.

We don’t act for just anybody; we act for people who look on the world as we do and want to work with us to make a difference.  We don’t hire just anybody either; we are looking for people who share our values and aspirations.

We already have a national profile in our specialist sectors and have ambitious plans for the future; to become the leading national advisor focused on making a social impact.

Our property development team is seeking to expand in to our newly opened Manchester office and wish to recruit a legal assistant to assist them deliver a broad range of property matters for our Housing sector as well as providing admin assistance to all the fee earners in the office.The ideal candidate will have either some experience of a property nature but more importantly, a keenness and desire to work within our specialist sectors.

The appointed individual will join a firm that can offer them rewarding and meaningful opportunities for development, and where they will have a key role in the future of the firm’s property offering and contribution to delivering the firm’s Purpose.

Please upload a copy of your CV to apply for this role.
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