Senior lawyer with experience in commercial property matters sought on a full-time, permanent basis in the Bedford area.
This is an exciting opportunity for a senior lawyer to join a growing team providing first class support on commercial property, regeneration, and corporate matters to clients. The successful candidate will also have management and supervisory responsibilities and will be active in the training and development of the team.
To put you forward for this position, we require your ideal salary and location and notice period.
High volume property transactions
Commercial property matters
Delivering briefings / training
Qualified solicitor, Barrister or CILEx with a minimum of three years' experience in commercial property matters
Proven ability to apply commercial property law and practice
A confident communicator with the ability to build strong, productive relationships with clients
Team player with the desire to grow and develop a team
Ability to travel to other offices in Cambridgeshire and Northampton
Our client is a highly regarded law firm specialising in the public sector. It is one of the first of its kind to be established in the UK serving over one hundred organisations across the public sectors including local authorities, clinical commissioning groups, foundation trusts, charities, and fire services. This is a forward thinking and award-winning law firm who meet the highest management and customer care standards
Competitive salary dependent on experience
Generous holiday allowance
Flexible working arrangements including remote working
Holiday purchase scheme
Excellent maternity and paternity entitlement
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Senior Lawyer - Property
For further details of this Senior Lawyer vacancy, please contact Natasha on (phone number removed) quoting reference NK33847.
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