Commercial Property Partner

Recruiter
Origin Legal
Location
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Salary
£100-125,000
Posted
28 Apr 2021
Closes
26 May 2021
Ref
ARP/TL
Job Title
Partner
Practice Area
Commercial Property
PQE Level
10+
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Our client are a very prestigious and extremely profitable Cambridge law firm, highly rated by Legal 500 with an envious client base and a true team culture.

They seek a Lawyer of outstanding calibre to succeed the head of department and lead the team going forward. The role does not require a following and would be direct entry, day one salaried partnership, leading to equity in the short term. 

The firm prides itself on both quality of work and culture and is committed to work life balance and flexible working.

As a partner you will be acting for businesses which are the life-blood of the East Anglian economy but primarily property developers and land promoters and be involved in all aspects of land including acquisition, development and sale of development sites, new build developments, contracts conditional on planning permission, extinguishment and grant of easements, mezzanine finance agreements, overage, clawback and option agreements, S106 agreements and unilateral undertakings, insolvent property transactions, agricultural and commercial land acquisitions and disposals, unregistered land, section 38 Agreements (Road Adoption) and section 106 agreements and unilateral undertakings

This is a unique opportunity for a Senior Lawyer to join law firm as a Partner without a following and perhaps a City based Senior Associate looking for a move outside of London.

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