Commercial Property Solicitor

Location
England, Shropshire
Salary
£30000 - £40000 per annum + Good Package
Posted
10 Aug 2017
Closes
07 Sep 2017
Ref
CH39272
Contact
Chris Hodgson
Practice area
Commercial property
Position
Solicitor
Hours
Full time
Contract type
Permanent

Commercial Property Solicitor

A Commercial Property Solicitor is sought for a successful and growing law firm in Shropshire. Salary is competitive and dependant on experience.

Our client is a successful and highly regarded firm, specialising in delivering a range of legal services to both private and commercial clients.

You will be managing a varied caseload of commercial property transactions, acting for the client in developing and managing commercial property as well as making acquisitions and disposals.

The successful candidate will have 1 - 4 years experience in commercial property with a wide range of experience

This is an excellent opportunity to join a leading Shropshire law firm that offers excellent career prospects within a warm and friendly environment. Don't miss out send me your CV today for immediate consideration!!!

Please contact Chris Hodgson, Legal Recruitment Consultant, to discuss the role in more detail or apply through the vacancy for immediate consideration.

Douglas Scott are the Legal Recruitment experts and the UK's leading law firms trust us with their legal vacancies. You can therefore apply for our Midlands based legal jobs with confidence, we are a regulated employment agency and will discuss this role with you and seek your approval before submitting your application directly to the decision maker.

Please see our website www.douglas-scott.co.uk for more legal jobs in the Birmingham and Midlands areas.

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