Real Estate Solicitor - Development work

Location
England, Hertfordshire, St. Albans
Salary
£45000.00 - £60000.00 per annum
Posted
20 Apr 2021
Closes
18 May 2021
Ref
JN -042021-178242
Contact
Jonathan Barber
Job Title
Lawyer
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Our client is a Legal 500 firm based in St Albans who are looking to recruit a Commercial Real Estate Solicitor between 3 - 8 years PQE+ to join the team.

The successful applicant will be handling a broad range of high net worth Commercial Real Estate matters with an emphasis on land acquisition & development work.

Candidates should have an aptitude for networking and business development, be personable and able to handle clients in a highly professional manner.

This is an excellent opportunity to join a practice with an outstanding reputation, offering excellent career prospects for the right candidate. The firm offer a highly competitive salary and benefits package with the opportunity to work remotely from home and in the office.

Please apply with a CV to be considered for the opportunity

*To note that the PQE indicated in this advertisement is intended as a guide only and does not preclude applications from those with more or less PQE.

Badenoch + Clark acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. Badenoch + Clark UK is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

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