Commercial Property Lawyer

Reading, Berkshire, England / London, England
Competitive + Benefits
06 Oct 2017
03 Nov 2017
Anusheh Karimi
Sector/Practice Area
Real Estate, Commercial Property
Vacancy Type


A highly regarded leading law firm.


The ideal candidate will have experience dealing with licences, sales and purchases of freeholds and leaseholds, grant and taking of leases, general management work, and some corporate support work etc. This will be for a wide range of clients including small and medium sized businesses, large corporates and PLCs, charities, and public-sector bodies including NHS organisations.

You will also be willing and able to develop strong client relationships and provide support to less experienced members of the team.

Participation in marketing activities such as presentations, writing articles, preparing tenders and attending networking events is also essential.


The successful candidate will have a consistently good academic record and experience of general commercial property work and some residential sales knowledge would be ideal although very little involved in the role.

You will also have strong drafting and analytical skills with attention to detail.

The role will require the successful candidate to work flexibly i.e. one week; 3 days in Reading/2 days in London and the following week; 2 days in Reading/3 days in London.

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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