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Commercial Property Solicitor - LOCUM

Bailey Hunter Ltd
Washington, Tyne and Wear (GB)
Closing date
10 Mar 2021

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Well-established law firm in Tyne and Wear require a Commercial Property Solicitor - Locum to start ASAP. The location is flexible – Washington/Sunderland or a mix of both. The role will involve handling the full range of commercial property matters, including; business sales and purchases, commercial leases, lease extensions.

Full time and part time/flexible hours available.

You will need:

  • To be a Commercial Property Solicitor with a minimum of 5 years experience handling the full range of commercial property matters,
  • Experience of company commercial matters advantageous but not essential,
  • Capable of working on own initiative,
  • Excellent client care skills. 



Competitive salary package.


Bailey Hunter Ltd offers a confidential legal recruitment service to all levels of fee earners including Paralegals, Legal Executives, Solicitors and Partners.

We have established relationships with numerous clients, private practice, from niche small to medium-sized practices to large national firms, and in-house companies.

We handle assignments throughout the UK.

1. Claire Cox, the Managing Director, is a qualified Solicitor, having practised for 3 years as a Solicitor in the North East, and has since 2001 worked in legal recruitment at fee earner level throughout the UK. 

2. We also offer a Candidate Incentive Scheme. For each friend you refer and we place in a new role, you will receive £100 of gift vouchers (provided they are not already registered, of course). 

For a confidential discussion, contact us now:

T: 0113 3185293
M: 07786 224036

Find Us
0113 3185293
4-6 Lidgett Lane,
West Yorkshire
LS25 1EQ
United Kingdom
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