Residential & Commercial Property Solicitor

£38000 - £48000 per annum, Benefits: 25 days hol, Pension Scheme
01 Aug 2017
29 Aug 2017
Gayle Woolf
Full time
Contract type
A known Commercial law firm in Oxford is seeking an experienced Solicitor for its Property department.

You will be able to run a mixed case load of 50% residential and 50% commercial property. It would suit someone seeking to work for a small niche firm, perhaps seeking more work/life balance without compromising on quality of work.

This residential & commercial property solicitor role will include working closely with the Commercial department. A large amount of work will be High Net Worth Residential, and the work is referred from the firm’s business clients.

It is important that you also have Commercial Property experience as you will also be expected to work closely with the Commercial Property Partner.

The ideal candidate will be able to hit the ground running handling a varied caseload. You will also enjoy promoting and developing the Property department, building on existing contacts and making new ones.

Salary will be negotiable, depending on experience, plus a performance related bonus with partnership prospects within 2 years’ for the right applicant.

For further information about this residential & commercial property solicitor opportunity, please contact Gayle Woolf at G2 Legal. 01273 289000. About us Formed in 1999, G2 Legal Limited is one of the largest, privately owned legal recruitment companies with offices throughout the UK and in Sydney, Australia. We are a fully accredited member of APSCO. Please visit our website for more information on the services we provide and current opportunities.

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