Commercial Property Solicitor, 3+ PQE, Warwickshire – A well-established law firm based in Alcester are seeking the addition of an experienced Commercial Property Solicitor to join their growing team. To apply or to register your interest, please contact Theresa on 0121 454 1004 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with your CV, or simply call for a confidential discussion and quote Job Ref: TL8418
JOB TITLE: Commercial Property Solicitor
This reputable law firm are looking to appoint an experienced Commercial Property Solicitor with at least 3 years’ PQE. This role will see the appointed Commercial Property Solicitor handle their own mixed caseload of Commercial Property matters to include, commercial sales and purchases including portfolios, small business acquisitions and disposals and landlord and tenant work acting for both landlords and tenants. You will be joining a busy property team who are experienced in advising across the full remit of Commercial Property law.
My client is keen to hear from Solicitors who have experience in handling a varied caseload of Commercial Property matters. You will be a team player with a genuine ‘can do’ attitude and a proven track record of taking initiative in your previous roles. You should possess excellent client care skills and the ability to communicate well with colleagues and clients alike. This firm offer great career prospects and it’s an excellent opportunity for someone looking to grow their own career in a supportive environment.
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