Real Estate Solicitor

£45000 per annum, Benefits: Benefits Package
12 Oct 2021
09 Nov 2021
Lee Traylor
Job Title
Practice Area
Commercial Property
PQE Level
10+, 2-4, 5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Full Time
There is an opening at a Top 50 globally ranked firm to join their highly successful real estate occupier’s department in Manchester

Collaborative team and mentoring

Work with household name clients across a broad range of sectors

Brilliant benefits and work culture

Our client has a unique approach to providing legal services and work with market leaders and the best in the industry, all whilst providing a supportive work environment where you will work collaboratively towards a shared vision. They are looking to develop and grow an individual with professional expertise and enhance their career in a legal business that isn't afraid to challenge the norm and go beyond expectations.

The real estate team deals with all aspects of real estate legal issues on behalf of its well-known clients across a broad range of industry sectors (including retail, leisure and industrial) and this position will predominantly cover landlord and tenant, acquisitions, and asset management work. The client is keen to hear from candidates who have a broad range of real estate experience. Occupier’s experience would be useful, as would prior exposure to undertaking corporate support work. 

Candidates are expected to be a minimum of 2+ years’ PQE but our client will consider candidates with less PQE as long as they can demonstrate the above experience.

Salary is dependent on experience, but expected to be starting at £45,000+

Please apply now to be considered!

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