Are you an 3-5 PQE Commercial Real Estate Solicitor looking to progress your career in an innovative, full-service law firm?
Our client offers a world class development programme. This is an opportunity to work on the full spectrum of commercial real estate work and work under the supervision of leading Partners. If you want to work closely with quality clients and move to a firm where you can genuinely progress to Partnership.
- Full-service UK law firm.
- Market leading professional development programme.
- Over 200 Partners, recently opened offices overseas and have growth ambitions.
What You'll Need
- Qualified Solicitor in England & Wales.
- 3-5 PQE gained from a reputable City firm.
- Experience managing a broad and varied caseload of real estate and real estate finance matters.
- Experience working with borrowers, lenders, landlords and tenats.
What You'll Be Doing as a Commercial Real Estate Solicitor
- As a Commercial Real Estate Solicitor, you'll be focusing landlord and tenant / asset management and also work on property development.
- Property investment, acquisition and disposal of commercial leases, management and letting of real estate portfolios
- Working closely with Partners to provide first class client service
The firms' Partners are vastly experienced and this is a great place to take your career to the next level and work towards Partnership.
As part of a close-knit team, you can expect a lot of direct client contact and the opportunity to gain broad exposure to a wide range of transactions.
If you are interested in this position, and you meet the requirements of the role, please click 'apply now'
to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV. Alternatively, if you would like to discuss this opportunity further, please contact George Langford
for a confidential discussion.
Our advertisements use salary and experience as a guide only. Interlink Recruitment is an equal opportunities employer.
*Please Note: Due to the high volume of applications we are currently receiving we are unable to contact applicants who have been unsuccessful