Real Estate Solicitor - Edinburgh or Glasgow - Job Vacancy

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  • Location: London, England
  • Salary: £45,000.00 - £75,000.00 per annum
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  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Date Added: 6/11/2018 2:50:38 PM
  • Start Date: ASAP
Are you an England & Wales qualified real estate solicitor with at least two years PQE behind you and a desire to operate in the Scottish central belt. Either Glasgow or Edinburgh can be considered.

QED Legal's top tier, UK-wide client, at the forefront of cross border real estate work, has a requirement for an English Qualified Commercial Property Solicitor or potentially Associate to join their Glasgow or Edinburgh teams.

This is truly a key role, in which the successful applicant will be expected to play a pivotal role in assisting my client with the implementation of a unique growth strategy for their Real Estate Division.

You will take on a caseload of high-end purchase, sales and leasing unlike any other in Glasgow and Edinburgh, with an unparallelled client bank.

Solicitors of 2-7 years' PQE are of particular interest, although there is a degree of flexibility regarding levels of experience.

Perhaps you are currently practicing South of the border, and are considering a move to, or back to Scotland. Applications should be encouraged from solicitors seeking relocation.

For additional information please contact Neil Campbell at QED Legal via the details provided.

I look forward to hearing from you.

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