Commercial Property Lawyer - Top Tier firm - Leeds

Recruiter
Location
West Yorkshire, England, Leeds
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
03 Oct 2017
Closes
02 Nov 2017
Ref
IKJ276495
Contact
Iona Kobbekaduwe
Sector/Practice Area
Real Estate, Commercial Property
Vacancy Type
Lawyers
Contract/hours
Full time

Chadwick Nott are now recruiting for an experienced Commercial Property Lawyer to join our client, a leading national law firm, to be based in Leeds.

Our client is a top 50 UK law firm, who support a diverse and impressive mix of clients comprising individuals, owner-managed businesses, household name PLCs and institutional organisations.
They have a well-established Real Estate offering which offers the complete range of legal and advisory services on all aspects of commercial property for both the public and private sector.

The role will involve transactional commercial property work including landlord and tenant, real estate finance, acquisitions and disposals and asset management.

We are looking for an NQ - 6 year's PQE Solicitor with experience gained in Commercial Property. Ideally you will have as broad an experience of property work as possible as the team really do offer a 360-degree service to their clients.

This is a great chance to join a forward thinking and expanding law firm, who are going through a sustained period of growth. There are strong career and development prospects on offer to the successful applicant as well as a competitive benefits package.

Should you wish to discuss this role, or other similar opportunities, please contact Iona Kobbekaduwe for a confidential conversation.

Chadwick Nott Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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