Commercial Property Solicitor (2-4 PQE)
This is an exciting opportunity for a Fee Earner with a solid grounding in Commercial Property law behind them, to establish an excellent future career in a growing Somerset/Dorset law firm with a regional presence and the reputation of being a great place to work.
My client is a Legal 500 firm who boast a successful and rapidly growing Commercial Property department. They are looking to hear from Candidates with a minimum of 2 - 5 years PQE in a good range of Commercial Property work.
You should have excellent Networking and Client facing skills and be confident to represent the firm and help with marketing generally. If you are looking for future career development and progression prospects, then there is a real opportunity here for the right person.
My client is looking for somebody who can come in and play their own part in the firm's success story. Their commercial property practice covers all areas of property including planning, property litigation, construction and real estate and they are looking to increase its client base.
The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 2-5 years PQE and experience of all aspects of commercial property including acquisitions and disposals, real estate finance and property development. This well established practice is looking for a bright and ambitious individual who have an impressive network of contacts who will continue to provide new instructions.
On offer is a competitive salary and excellent career progression opportunity. If you are looking for the next step in your legal career then get in touch for immediate consideration.
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