Commercial Property Solicitor/Partner- Norwich.

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Location
Norfolk, Norwich, England / England, Norfolk
Salary
£45000.00 - £60000.00 per annum
Posted
04 Oct 2017
Closes
01 Nov 2017
Ref
BBBH13516
Contact
Greg Whittaker
Sector/Practice Area
Real Estate, Commercial Property
Contract/hours
Full time

Commercial Property Solicitor/Partner - Norwich.

  • Senior Position - Opportunity for an ambitious lawyer to join an established team at a senior level and become a key figure in the development of a team.
  • The firm will consider a partner level hire or a senior associate hire with progression prospects to partner level over time.
  • Excellent reputation - Multi service legal 500 and chambers listed law firm with a first class reputation in commercial property. Good stream of quality commercial work from a strong client base.
  • The successful candidate will be 5 years PQE + in dealing with a commercial property matters including matters such as acquisitions and disposals, commercial leases, and development matters.
  • The firm will offer a good salary based on experience as part of an excellent benefits package such as generous annual leave, pension and private healthcare and a chance to have a real influence on the department in which you work which will ensure great progression opportunities.

This firm would also be particularly interested in senior candidates either with or without followings wishing to move with a team looking to find a new home for their work and team.

Please apply ASAP to be considered for further details.

All applications will be treated in the strictest of confidence and will not be forwarded to any firms without prior permission.

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