Commercial Property Solicitor Associate - Somerset Wells
Commercial Property Solicitor Associate - Somerset (Wells)
Salary: Dependent on level of experience (DOE), plus discretionary company bonus and workplace benefits.
The company: My client is a distinguished Law firm in Wells, who takes pride in the service they offer to their Clients and as a result acts for a multitude of Clients from all walks of life including individuals as well as national and international companies. The firm strives only to act in the best interests of its Clients as their needs and requirements are all that should matter. The firm has embraced technology which has enabled them to act for Clients all over the world and to consistently improve working techniques and training.
The Role objective:
To take pride in delivering high quality commercially driven legal advice to our clients in all areas of commercial property to deliver a premium legal service
• Demonstrate a client focused and solutions driven approach to commercial property matters.
• Advise on a full range of commercial property matters to include; landlord and tenant, acquisitions and disposals, relocations, funding, transfers of going concerns and assisting on residential and commercial developments.
• Have strong commercial acumen and be able to deliver legal services in a client centric manner.
• Be an integral part of the commercial property team by contributing to our ongoing program of legal updates, supporting our junior lawyers and helping deliver a premium legal service for our clients.
• Develop strong relationships within the local business community.
• Identify and assist in developing opportunities to grow the firm’s client base, and potentially expand into new areas of work.
• Build upon, and continue to grow, the firm’s excellent reputation for exceptional client care and help deliver a premium legal service for our clients.
Additional Resources are an Employment Business and an Employment Agency as defined within The Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Businesses Regulations 2003.