Commercial Property Solicitor

5 days left

England, Cheshire, Chester
£30000 - £45000 per annum
26 Feb 2018
26 Mar 2018
Danielle Moore
Practice area
4 years
Legal counsel
Full time
Contract type

Known for their honesty, integrity and excellent customer care skills, my client is a reputable law firm based in Chester. They are currently looking to expand on their recent success within their Commercial Property department by adding an experienced Solicitor.

This is an excellent opportunity for a Qualified Solicitor to join a successful Property Team in a role that will primarily focus on commercial property development, leases, landlord and tenant issues, land development and property litigation. On a day to day basis you will be responsible for managing a full caseload. In order to be considered for this position you must be a qualified solicitor with Commercial Property experience.

This firm offers a very competitive salary which is negotiable depending on previous experience and a tailored bonus package.

For further information or to apply please contact Dannie Moore on 01772 259121 for a confidential chat or alternatively send a copy of your up to date CV to

To be considered hit apply following the links below or call Dannie to discuss in more detail on 01772 259121.
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