Job: Agricultural Property Lawyer

QED
Published
18th January 2023
Location
Cambridge, United Kingdom
Category
Job Type
Type of Lawyer
  • Solicitor
Salary
£55000 - £80000 per annum
Work Hours
Full-time
Reference No:
BH-39911
Start Date
2023-01-18 00:00:00
Area of Law
  • Agricultural Law
Contact Email
greg@qedlegal.com
Contact
Greg Whittaker
Contact Phone
0161 961 9000
Region
East Midlands

Description

Agricultural Property Solicitor - Cambridge

Commercial firm with a national presence and reputation in the agriculture sector.

Highly ranked legal 500 and chambers firm. 

Superb benefits Package.
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This role at a leading commercial firm may be of interest to lawyers with experience of dealing with commercial property matters with a focus on the agricultural sector, or a strong desire to move towards specialising in this area.

Work the department deals with includes things like the sale and purchase of agricultural land and property, rural land development, agricultural tenancies and renewable energy projects. 

The firms top rate reputation across this sector means that they are regularly instructed by some of the country’s largest landowners and agricultural businesses on high profile and high value work. 

The firms benefits package is one of the best on the market and includes things such as bonuses, generous annual leave, private healthcare on top of a salary that is dependent on experience but will be at the top end of market rate for Cambridge. 

This is an excellent opportunity for a agricultural solicitor to get into one of the leading specialist teams anywhere in the UK and progress their career within a firm with a proud track record in terms of developing and progression of their lawyers. 

The role is open to candidates seeking either associate or Senior Associate level. 

Please apply ASAP or get in touch with Greg at QED legal for further details.

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