Commercial Property Lawyer - Ipswich - Job Vacancy

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  • Location: Ipswich, England
  • Salary: £40,000.00 - £60,000.00 per annum
  • Contact: greg@qedlegal.com
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Date Added: 4/30/2018 3:27:17 PM
  • Start Date: ASAP
Commercial Property Solicitor - Ipswich.

A legal 500 and chambers listed law firm are looking to add to their commercial property team with the recruitment of a solicitor

The successful candidate will be expected to show experience in dealing with a commercial property caseload including matters such as acquisitions and disposals, commercial leases, development projects and plot sales. You will have the confidence and experience to deal with matters with minimal supervision so it is likely that you will have several years post qualification experience.

This is a far cry from other commercial roles as you would not be just one of a large number of lawyers as part of a big team. You would be part of a smaller team with more influence on the future direction of the team and the opportunity for direct client contact and the chance to help develop and grow the commercial property department.

The salary for this role will be dependent on experience but will be highly competitive for the area. Fantastic progression prospects will be available.

Please apply ASAP to be considered for this role.

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Contact Greg Whittaker to apply for job

Contact Greg Whittaker to apply for Commercial Property Lawyer - Ipswich vacancy

Call on: 01619619000

Or email: greg@qedlegal.com


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