Commercial Property Lawyer

England, London
£30 - £35 per hour
06 Oct 2016
03 Nov 2016
Rayhaneh Tehrani
Job Title
Practice Area
Property and Planning
PQE Level
10+, 2-4, 5-7, 8-10, NQ
Contract Type
Full Time

Commercial Property Lawyer required to join a Local Authority based in London for an initial 3 month period.

This is an excellent opportunity to undertake a fast-paced role within a popular Local Authority. The successful candidate will be an experienced Property Lawyer, able to hit the ground running and manage a busy caseload of matters including leases, licenses and easements.

Due to the nature of the work involved, our client is looking for a Lawyer who has prior experience of working within local government. There will not be an opportunity for an extensive induction or training plan, therefore this Council are being flexible on the hourly rate offered to the successful Commercial Property Lawyer in return.

The office is well located, situated a stone's throw away from shops and restaurants. The nearest public transport links are also within walking distance, making this a very desirable location.

As this role is to start on short notice, please do not hesitate to apply. If you would like to discuss the role further please contact Rayhaneh Tehrani in our Manchester office.

Sellick Partnership is a market leader in legal recruitment, offering temporary, contract and permanent solutions. Over the last decade we have built up an enviable relationship with key employers, and our expert team of consultants boast up to date market knowledge and a strong reputation, making Sellick Partnership best placed to help you.

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