Austen Lloyd

Senior Commercial Property Solicitor - Birmingham

£40000 - £60000 per annum + Excellent Package
12 Sep 2013
30 Nov 2013
MB 13394
Austen Lloyd
Contract Type
Full Time


We have an exciting opportunity for a senior Solicitor with strong Commercial Property experience, to join an important independent and growing Midlands law firm at a senior level, either as a partner or with a view to rapid progression to partnership.

This is an important appointment for the firm and we would like to hear from applicants with a minimum of five years PQE who would be willing and capable of playing a significant role within the firm. Good contacts, business development skills or a following would be an advantage here but is not essential.

The role would allow great personal development, where you will be leading a team of fee earners dealing with large scale Commercial, Residential and mixed Developments, Acquisitions and Disposals throughout the Midlands and nationally . The firm's present reputation is excellent and you should have the confidence to maintain these high standards and help develop the department into the future.

This is a great opportunity to take that next major career step and join a really thriving and professional organisation at an excellent stage in its development.

If you think that you have the necessary experience, and this opportunity could be of interest to you, then Matthew would be very keen to hear from you as soon as possible in absolute Confidence on 01275 463 111.

Legal Vacancies/Law Jobs, Reference : MB 13394 (Commercial Property Development Solicitor / Partner): Austen Lloyd Limited is a Specialist Legal Recruitment Agency. In addition to this role, we have many other excellent and specialist positions. For an informal chat Telephone Matthew on; 01275 463 111 or visit our website;

Please note our advertisements may use PQE/salary levels purely as a guide. However we would be happy to consider applications from all candidates who can demonstrate the skills needed to perform the role.