Commercial Property Solicitor

4 days left

England, South Yorkshire, Doncaster
£30000 - £45000 per annum + Good Package
28 Jul 2017
25 Aug 2017
Lee Traylor
Practice area
Commercial property
Full time
Contract type

Commercial Property Solicitor

A Commercial Property Solicitor is required for a fantastic opportunity with a regional law firm, in Doncaster. Salary is negotiable depending on experience.

Our client is requiring a Commercial Property Solicitor to join their commercial property team. Solicitors will act on a varied caseload including Freehold and Leasehold/Landlord and Tenant and Property Development matters. My client has a great local reputation and gives you automany to do the role.

The successful candidate will be a qualified solicitor or experienced legal executive with ideally a minimum of 2 years experience. You will have experience in handling a caseload of similar matters and be computer literate. The ability to contribute to the development of business for the team would be a distinct advantage

This is an exciting opportunity for a driven solicitor who is looking to join a thriving team!

Please contact Lee Traylor, legal recruitment consultant, to discuss the role in more detail or apply through the vacancy for immediate consideration.

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