Senior Commercial Property Solicitor

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Recruiter
Location
London, England, City of London / England, London
Salary
£70000 - £100000.00 per annum
Posted
01 Sep 2017
Closes
29 Sep 2017
Ref
BBBH14666
Contact
Greg Whittaker
Sector/Practice Area
Real Estate, Commercial Property
Vacancy Type
Lawyers, Private Practice
Contract/hours
Permanent

Senior Commercial Property Solicitor- London

A commercial law firm is looking to expand its London operations with the recruitment of a senior commercial property Lawyer to the team.

The successful candidate will likely be an experienced commercial property lawyer (10 years + PQE) with a background of working in London. You will be a keen business developer and will be able to demonstrate a good track record in terms of this. It is likely you will have a client following that you have built up during your years in practice.

The firm is very highly regarded for its real estate offering in their regional offices and much of their with work is on behalf of London based clients. It is expected whoever joins will develop this further. You will work alongside a highly regarded construction lawyer in the London office as well as lawyers who regularly visit the city from their regional offices.

This role would suit a senior lawyer who is looking for a role where they will be able to enjoy a lot of autonomy and work in an ambitious, modern and forward thinking practice. The firm employs many ex City lawyers that have been attracted to the practice due to the good commercial work they deal with as well as their approach to work life balance.

Salary dependent on experience and following of business.

Please get in touch or apply for further details.

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