Real Estate Lawyer with Energy focus Top 50 firm Bristol

England, Bristol
28 Apr 2021
26 May 2021
Sarah Wood
Job Title
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Full Time

Real Estate Lawyer with Energy focus Top 50 firm Bristol

Excellent opportunity to join market leading Top 50 Law firm with a solid reputation in the energy sector. You will be joining a well established team with over 100 real estate lawyers across the UK. With your "home office" being Bristol, our client is open minded in terms of being able to WFH the majority of the time.

You will dealing with and advising on a wide range of property work from development projects, acquisitions and disposals to landlord and tenant, asset management and portfolio management instructions for national and international energy clients; being involved in major energy infrastructure developments, you will advise on aspects of project development work for new generation projects in relation to both renewable energy transactions and mainstream power and pipeline projects.

If you are from a leading national or regional law firm seeking a new challenge, please do get in touch for a detailed job spec and a confidential overview of the real estate market.


*Where a level of experience is indicated, this is a guideline only and represents the amount of time we would usually expect a candidate to accumulate the requisite level of experience. This does not preclude applications from candidates with more or less experience.

Chadwick Nott Ltd is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

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