A commercial property solicitor for a market leading, full-service firm that truly overshadows their local competitors. This firm has an illustrious history spanning 7 decades, has consistently grown in terms of size, stature, and excellence, from a sole practitioner to an almost 70 strong workforce spread across several office in London, and is spearheaded by strong, well-respected management that’s built a quality workload from loyal, high profile clients. They are now looking for a commercial property solicitor to further compliment their thriving firm.
- You will join the firm’s successful commercial property team based from one of their West End or East London offices
- Undertake a caseload of freehold, leasehold, lease extension, financing, refinancing, investment, development, option agreements, and overage deeds, among others
- Build a client base from your excellent referrals and recommendations
- Be an integral and supportive member of the team and be a key player in the continued growth of the department
- You will be a commercial property solicitor with a minimum of 5 years PQE in commercial property
- A high standard of exacting work and a keen eye for detail
- The personable and professional characteristics needed to successfully create and maintain enduring relationships with clients from all backgrounds
- You absolutely must have a stable work history. This is essential to your application being progressed
Salary & Benefits
On offer is a salary of £50,000 to £70,000, a negotiable benefits package with many options, an employer that has an excellent career strategy in place for their professionals and support staff alike, an amazing and supportive working environment where you will receive every chance of success, and an abundance of quality work derived from their dominant position in their local market.
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