Real Estate Associate

7 days left

BCL Legal
England, London
£75000 - £88000 per annum
18 Nov 2021
16 Dec 2021
Sarah Bailey
Job Title
Contract Type
Full Time

Real Estate Associate - London

The opportunity:
- A UK top 50 law firm are keen to appoint a real estate associate to join their London based real estate practice
- The successful real estate solicitor will be joining a supportive and collaborative team with a breadth of expertise
- As a real estate associate within the London team you can expect to undertake a broad range of work including:
- Joint venture structuring
- Acquisition, site assembly, development and sale
- Strategic land sale and development
- Planning and environment and construction
- Modification and release of restrictive covenants
- High levels of client contact and client liaison responsibilities.

About you:
- Applications are sought from qualified solicitors (ideally 2+PQE) who have a specialism in real estate work
- The successful candidate will be able to:
- analyse risks and advise on the best ways of addressing those risks,
- prepare clear and concise documentation,
- conduct legal research,
- liaise with clients and build excellent relationships,
- Candidates should have strong communication skills as well as time/case management skills

Salary and Benefits:
This real estate lawyer will be rewarded with:
- A competitive salary of £75,000 - £88,000
- Benefits package
- A well-regarded national firm with excellent clients

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If you are a qualified real estate associate, keen to make a move to an excellent team in London, please apply with an up to date CV now.

BCL Legal is an equal opportunities employer.

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