Property Solicitor/ Consultant

Recruiter
Location
London
Salary
Competitive + Benefits
Posted
06 Oct 2017
Closes
03 Nov 2017
Ref
AC146698
Contact
Annabel Corcoran
Vacancy Type
Lawyers, Private Practice
Contract/hours
Permanent
Property Solicitor/ Consultant.
 
A property solicitor or consultant position has arisen within a City of London based law firm, a project for which G2 Legal is working on an exclusive basis. 
 
This London law firm is based in the heart of the City and currently specialises in assisting with property and immigration work for HNW clients. The firm is currently expanding and is seeking property solicitors with a following to work on a salaried or consultancy basis, offering high levels of flexibility and the chance to work from home, if desired.
 
The current property team deals with both residential and commercial property work, including UHNW properties in prime central London. With an existing client base to utilise, you will enjoy high levels of autonomy with no hour targets, and if you work in office you'll enjoy a collegiate and friendly working environment.  
 
To be successful in your application you will possess the following attributes:
- Fully qualified property solicitor in England & Wales (ideally 4 years' PQE +)
- Expertise in residential and/or commercial property law
- An existing following / client base 
- Business development skills
 
Whether you're looking for a salaried role or fee-sharing consultancy, this is a unique opportunity for you as a property solicitor. You will benefit from high levels of flexibility within a successful City of London firm.
 
For more information and to be considered, please apply now. 
 

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