Commercial Property Solicitor

England, Kent
06 Oct 2016
03 Nov 2016
Hannah Jones
Job Title
Practice Area
Commercial Property
PQE Level
10+, 2-4, 5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Full Time

Commercial Property Solicitor - Join a regional practice with a gleaming reputation within the market and continue building a successful career within commercial property law.


JOB TITLE: Commercial Property Solicitor

PQE REQUIRED: 4 years+


SALARY: £Excellent



The Successful Commercial Property Solicitor will be looking to join a thriving Commercial Property team. The Commercial Property Solicitor will be dealing with a full range of commercial property work on behalf of landlords and tenants, sellers and acquirers, occupiers, developers and investors. The work taken on by the driven Commercial Property Solicitor includes acquisitions and sales, commercial landlord and tenant matters, property development and investment work. The appointed Commercial Property Solicitor will be keen to get involved with the marketing and networking of the firm and will have the desire to drive the brand forwards. So, if you feel you have the correct skills and credentials needed to undertake the role of Commercial Property Solicitor then please contact us without delay.



Our client is a progressive and forward thinking practice who are looking to continue expanding over the next few years. A Commercial Property Solicitor with ambition is sought as there is much untapped potential and this is a genuine career opportunity if you're hungry for success.


In addition, if you know any Commercial Property Solicitor who may be interested, remember we do offer up to £500 referral fee bonus (Terms and Conditions apply).



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