Real Estate Partner / Solicitor

Cardiff (Caerdydd)
To £75,000
12 Mar 2018
12 Apr 2018
Practice area
Commercial property
Full time
Contract type

As a partner you will make a significant contribution to the overall work of the Real Estate unit and supporting the Team Leader with the on-going growth and development of the unit and team-wide activities.

Key responsibilities

Key elements of the role include:

•Managing transactions from initial advice through to completion
•Drafting and negotiating a variety of agreements and other documentation
•Attending client meetings, conferences and business development opportunities
•Developing your own speciality over time

What they are looking for?

•Excellent proven technical knowledge and track records of a broad range of commercial property law. Potential to be considered as ‘a subject matter expert’
•Proven successful track record of the full range of business development and marketing activities and experience including developing and leading strategies and action plans for building and growing a practice area
•Strong focus on developing and maintaining professional and effective client relationships at all levels, with excellent communication and relationship management skills
•A highly flexible approach and the capability to work well and flourish within a team environment
•Ability to collaborate and work effectively with other colleagues internally, both within the wider team and across all practice areas
•Experience of some supervision of others, for example successfully supervising and developing trainees/paralegals and potential to lead a team would be a distinct advantage

Contact Karen Jones TSR LEGAL for a confidential discussion or email

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