Senior Commercial Property Solicitor

£55000 - £75000 per annum
12 Oct 2016
09 Nov 2016
Christopher Jeeves
Job Title
Practice Area
Commercial Property
Contract Type
Full Time
Are you a successful Senior Commercial Property Solicitor looking to move into a challenging top tier role? Are you a Senior Commercial Property Solicitor feeling held back by a lack  career progression opportunities currently? If you are looking to join a commercially astute firm with a predominantly high net worth and expanding client base then this Senior Commercial Property Solicitor role is the one for you.

The firm is based in Northampton and is looking for a 5 - 8 years PQE solicitor to join their expanding team. You will be a successful lawyer who has a history managing high net worth cases in commercial property during your career to date and will have shown a proven ability to manage high net worth cases in a professional and successful manner. You will be managing a full caseload of commercial property matters, ranging from managing real estate acquisitions, portfolio management, commercial landlord and tenant work or development and disposal transactions. Any high net worth or very high net worth cases would be given added weight and attention. 

The firm represents a fantastic step up for any senior lawyer looking to join a nationally recognised regional practise and further develop their career within this high profile firm. If you feel you would like to join this strong regional practise and are looking for the next challenging step in your career then please get in touch with Chris Jeeves at G2 Legal in complete confidence to ensure your application.

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