Real Estate Legal Counsel position (remote/flexible working potential) - publicly listed UK company

Remote/flexible/home working plus central London HQ
Highly attractive financial package including c.30% bonus
20 Oct 2021
17 Nov 2021
Job Title
In House Counsel
PQE Level
10+, 2-4, 5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Full Time

Do you want to work for a leading publicly listed UK organisation?

Do you enjoy working remotely/flexibly?

Real Estate Legal Counsel


You will be joining an extremely visible and well known UK PLC, with various additional international offices across the globe.


You will undertake a highly diverse and varied legal role, handling a wide range of Real Estate and Commercial Property related matters, agreements and issues.

You will report directly into the General Counsel and you will have direct access to a range of internal stakeholders at all levels of the organisation.  You will be provided with significant degrees of autonomy and responsibility.

You will be rewarded with an extremely lucrative remuneration package including c.30% bonus entitlement.

You will be able to undertake significant elements of remote/flexible working in this role.  The organisation's HQ is located in central London.


You will be a qualified UK or other Common Law jurisdiction lawyer with approximately 2-9 years' PQE.  You will have previous experiences in relation to Real Estate/Commercial Property.  You will ideally also have some prior in-house experience.

Please note that we will respond to you directly should we wish to discuss this position further with you.

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