NQ Commercial Property Solicitor

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Location
Southampton, Hampshire
Salary
£35,000 - £50,000
Posted
31 Jul 2017
Closes
31 Aug 2017
Ref
CS15717
Practice area
Commercial property
Position
Solicitor
Hours
Full time
Contract type
Permanent

This is a fantastic opportunity for an ambitious junior Commercial Property Solicitor to join a Legal 500 and Chambers recommended firm in Southampton.  The salary on offer is competitive and negotiable dependent on experience.

My client is a full service, leading South West practice offering a wide range of services to individuals and businesses and their Commercial Property team is one of the best in the region.  They pride themselves on providing a high level of client care and offer a Partner-led service.  Working within an experienced team consisting of Partners, Associates, Solicitors, Trainee Solicitor and Paralegals you will gain excellent exposure to high quality work and can continue expanding your knowledge working alongside some of the best Commercial Property professionals outside London.

Applications are invited from Commercial Property Solicitors from NQ to 5 years PQE.  You should have strong academics and experience of the following: commercial sales and purchases, drafting and negotiating leases, drafting licences and development work.  Newly qualified Solicitors should have completed at least 6 months of their Training Contract in Commercial Property and those with a higher PQE should have been practising in the area since qualification.

Progression and career prospects are on offer for the right candidate as the firm like to promote from within.

Apply now for this excellent Commercial Property opportunity in Southampton

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