Commercial Property Solicitor

Cambridgeshire, Cambridge, England
11 Sep 2017
09 Oct 2017
Lila Anam
Sector/Practice Area
Real Estate, Commercial Property
Vacancy Type
Lawyers, Private Practice


Our client is a national regional law firm with offices working within a diverse range of business sectors.

The firm has been accredited by an external body as being committed to the training and development of its people.


A new role has arisen for a talented commercial property solicitor to join their highly successful busy team covering a range of services from the start of a project to completion.

Your work will be varied and will include a range of mixed caseload of quality commercial property from freehold and leasehold transactions to acquisitions.


To be considered for this role you will be a commercial property lawyer at the 2-5PQE level with all round experience of commercial property including Landlord and Tenant work.

You will have strong academics and a 2:1 degree or above are required with a proven track record of working within a leading national or regional firm with an established commercial property practice.

You should have a flexible and committed approach and be able to work under pressure.

The work will be varied and challenging with excellent career prospects for those with a real interest in commercial property work.

Lipson Lloyd Jones Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy. Please note our advertisements use PQE levels purely as a guide to the minimum level of experience required. However we are happy to consider applications from all candidates who are able to demonstrate the skills necessary to fulfill this kind of work.

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