Commercial Real Estate Lawyers

Location
England, London
Salary
£Excellent
Posted
13 Oct 2021
Closes
10 Nov 2021
Ref
72052
Contact
Marian Lloyd-Jones
Job Title
Lawyer
Practice Area
Commercial Property
PQE Level
10+, 2-4, 5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

THE FIRM

A leading and prestigious central London firm.

THE ROLES

Two new strategic hires are now required for commercial property lawyers ideally from top 20 law firms, to work for a busy partner.


This is an exciting time for the team as it looks to continue to provide a bespoke service to longstanding clients and further cement and expand its relationship with them.


1

A Senior Associate 6pqe+, the firm will consider someone looking for a 4 day a week role or a full time 5 day a week position

You will form a three lawyer team to work specifically with one occupier client.

This role will involve complex work and requires someone who will build a long lasting relationship with the client, including business development and ideally introducing further work from them


Able to operate relatively independently, there will be a heavy focus on development work in particular (comprising mainly pre-let work and advising on portfolio arrangements in particular)


2

An Associate/Senior Associate with 4-6pqe, this is a full time role which will also involve development work, but other areas too including financing, landlord pre-lets, acquisitions for site developments and other generalist work.

The clients have a focus on development with an institutional angle.

Lipson Lloyd Jones Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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