Commercial Property Associate Solicitor

4 days left

Location
Edinburgh
Salary
Market Related
Posted
23 May 2024
Closes
20 Jun 2024
Ref
1510058-1-MT-21
Contact
Melissa Tang
Job Title
Solicitor
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

A leading law firm renowned for its expertise in Commercial Property, with over 40 fee earners in its Scottish team is now seeking commercial property associates/senior associates to join the team in Edinburgh. 

You will engage in diverse commercial property transactions including office, logistics, retail, student accommodation, build-to-rent, infrastructure, real estate finance, and large-scale asset management working with high-profile UK and international investors.

Responsibilities:

  • High-end investment and occupier deals for top UK and international corporates
  • Working on retail investments, urban regeneration schemes, strategic developments, and property finance matters 
  • Collaborating with teams across the UK

The successful candidate will ideally have gained commercial property experience in a large commercial firm. You will also be commercially minded as well as technically excellent and have a solid client focused approach where you enjoy business development.

Offering a competitive salary and benefits package, a supportive and collaborative work environment, and career advancement opportunities, including potential for dual qualification.

If you are a commercial property lawyer currently considering a new opportunity, please contact Melissa Tang at G2 Legal for a confidential discussion or please apply with an up to date CV.

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