Commercial Property Solicitor

Recruiter
QED Legal
Location
Slough
Salary
£48000 - £60000 per annum
Posted
12 May 2022
Closes
09 Jun 2022
Ref
BH-37053
Contact
Tom Cooke
Job Title
Solicitor
Practice Area
Commercial Property
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Commercial Property Solicitor - 3+ PQE

This is a great position for a Commercial Property Solicitor. Our client has an excellent reputation, and deal with a high quality and varied caseload. The firm have a dynamic and imaginative culture which allows their junior lawyers to develop their careers.

The Commercial Property department houses lawyers with the highest level of expertise. You will deal with a varied client base which covers SME's, national companies and smaller corporates across a number of industry sectors. You will be involved with an interesting mix of work which includes portfolio acquisitions and disposals; the acquisition of sites for commercial, industrial, residential and mixed use; the grant, renewal and termination of leases and related matters; and joint venture agreements, conditional sale and purchase contracts, auctions and options.

You will be a Commercial Property Solicitor over 3 years' PQE (guideline) gained at a reputable firm and demonstrable experience in Commercial Property. You will have good team skills and give a first class service to clients. Salary is competitive but depends on your level of PQE, plus an excellent benefits package. The firm offer a good work/life balance with hybrid working available.

Please contact Tom Cooke at QED Legal to discuss this opportunity further. Alternatively, apply today for immediate consideration

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