Commercial Property lawyers NQ – 1 & 2+ years’ PQE SOUTHAMPTON

Location
Southampton, Hampshire
Salary
to £70,000
Posted
09 Jun 2024
Closes
07 Jul 2024
Ref
NL005063
Job Title
Lawyer
Practice Area
Commercial Property
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7, NQ
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Commercial law firm in Southampton is looking to recruit two Commercial Property lawyers – one of 0 to 1 years’ PQE and the other of 2 or more years’ PQE. The team acts for investors, developers, banks, occupiers, local authorities and charities and is highly regarded for its work. The work is broad-ranging and the successful candidates will be given an opportunity to work on a variety of matters, both autonomously and as part of the wider team. Types of matters you can expect to work on include: • supporting and/or taking full responsibility for deals by drafting, reviewing and negotiating contracts, leases, licences, transfers, deeds, etc. (office, industrial and retail) • dealing with secured lending and corporate support transactions and working closely with the firm’s Banking, Corporate and Insolvency Teams • mixed use site development matters • undertaking due diligence tasks by reviewing and reporting on title, raising enquiries, reviewing searches and client support in conjunction with more senior fee earners.

These roles will involve supporting prestigious clients on high value deals, in a fast paced and dynamic environment. You will be provided with an excellent platform to develop both your technical ability and business development skills within a supportive and thriving team.

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