Commercial Property Solicitor

England, Cheshire, Chester
£35000 - £42000 per annum
11 Apr 2018
09 May 2018
Lucy Grainger
Practice area
Commercial property
Full time
Contract type

We have an opportunity for an ambitious Commercial Property Solicitor to work in a supportive and really knowledgeable team in this legal firm's impressive Chester office.

The firm are going from strength to strength and have recently expanded further into the North West with the opening of a new office. They have a really impressive client base made up of SME's, lenders, investors and bridging companies and the firm will actively encourage this Commercial Property Solicitor to be involved with these clients, developing and building your own working relationships too.

There is also plenty of opportunity for this Commercial Property Solicitor to be actively involved within the team in Chester and across the wider business, working with a number of recognised individuals. As well as this you will be running your own caseload of matters and working closely with the Partners on more complex matters, to include acquisitions and disposals, landlord and tenant, leases, re-financing and auctions.

This is a really exciting opportunity to work closely with two recognised Partners who will provide continued support and help you develop your skills and career as a Commercial Property Solicitor.

The firm recognise that the market is competitive and will offer a competitive salary and benefits package.

If you're a Commercial Property Solicitor and this sounds like the ideal role for you, please apply for the position as required or if you would like more information, contact Lucy Grainger at Sacco Mann. Our Private Practice Division are always happy to help should you have any queries or alternatively, you may visit our website for more information.

*Please note our advertisements use PQE and salary levels purely as a guide. We are happy to consider applications from all candidates who are able to demonstrate the skills necessary to fulfil the role.