Commercial Property Solicitor - Negotiable - York

England, Yorkshire and the Humber
£20000 - £35000 per annum
10 Oct 2016
07 Nov 2016
Louise Markendale
Job Title
Practice Area
Commercial Property
PQE Level
Contract Type
Full Time

Our Client, a dynamic and forward thinking Law firm seek a Commercial Property Solicitor to join their team in York.

The smart and professional law firm require a Commercial Property Solicitor who has some experience in Commercial Property and is wanting to develop their career. You will be NQ - 3 years PQE and be an ambitious person. You will have excellent communication skills and the drive to succeed.

You will be working in the Commercial Property team dealing with different files and cases. This is a superb chance for someone who would like to develop their existing legal career.

The role will offer a competitive salary.

If you wish to apply for the role please send your CV to or call Louise Markendale at Clayton Legal 

At Clayton Legal we passionately believe your talent matters, so we specialise in recruiting the best legal talent and connecting this to the right opportunities. Our dedicated recruitment team includes Solicitors and lawyers, over 100 years of combined legal recruitment experience, backed by market leading search systems and access to extensive active and passive legal networks. Clayton Legal is recognised as the talent partner of choice with clients ranging from small legal practices to international and global law firms. Whether you're looking for total recruitment outsourcing or a single appointment, or an overview of the recruitment market our award recognised service can confidently meet your talent needs

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