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Five Paper Property Division Recruitment

Due to the continued expansion of our client base and an increase in workload, Five Paper’s Property Division welcomes applications for tenancy, primarily from practitioners of up to 7 years call, who are enthusiastic about building a practice in Landlord & Tenant and Housing law. We also welcome strong applications from individuals (or groups) of more experienced practitioners. Those currently in employed and in-house practice are also encouraged to apply.

We are ranked as a leading set in both legal directories and have a long-established presence in the Property and Social Housing sectors, representing local authorities, including as a preferred set for the London Boroughs Legal Alliance (for both Social Housing and Property), housing associations, commercial landlords and private individuals. We encourage barristers attracted by the prospect of working in a set which combines a strong collegiate spirit with a modern approach to practice to apply.

‘I have worked with Five Paper for 20 years now and find them to be leaders in the field of Social Housing – always my go to for complex, tricky and cutting edge cases.’
‘The chambers is superb…’
‘I consider Five Paper to be the best in the sector… Five Paper have always been my number one choice and for the above reasons, they will continue to be.’
‘The clerks make a huge difference to us when it comes to customer service and probably distinguish this set from other London barristers as a result. They always work hard to find us the right barrister and the right price.’
The Legal 500
“very strong specialist housing set with many years of acting for the sector, including in high-profile appellate cases.”
Chamber & Partners

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For more information, and to discuss in confidence, please contact our Senior Clerk, David Portch, or Head of Tenancy Committee, Nicholas Grundy QC

Please click here for a copy of our Application Form.
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