NQ Solicitor - Real Estate

QED Legal
£54000 - £60000 per annum
11 Oct 2021
08 Nov 2021
Tom Cooke
Job Title
Practice Area
Commercial Property
PQE Level
2-4, NQ
Contract Type
Full Time
NQ - 2 PQE Commercial Real Estate Solicitor

Guildford, Surrey

A Top Tier Legal 500 firm who deal with high level work are currently recruiting for a Commercial Real Estate Solicitor (NQ – 2 PQE). This leading firm have attracted many ex City Lawyers who want to deal with high quality work but work in a firm that is a far from the ordinary commercial machine in the City.

This firm values work-life balance and has a unique friendly, supportive culture and offer fantastic progression and paths to Partnership.

The Real Estate department deals with corporate support, development, property investment, environment and finance work. They have a wealth of experience and have some of the most highly regarded lawyers in the South East working there. The firm works for HNW individuals, banks, blue chip companies, entrepreneurs and SME’s.

You will be a NQ – 2 years PQE Real Estate Solicitor with good academics and have worked in a Legal 500 or West End/City firm. You will have dealt with a good caseload of Real Estate matters including development and investment work.

In return you will be offered a generous salary and a comprehensive benefits package including private healthcare, season ticket loans and 25 days holiday. The firm is based within easy reach of public transport links and within 40 minutes of Central London.

Apply now for this excellent NQ Commercial Property Role, or feel free to give Tom Cooke a call for a confidential conversation.

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