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Agricultural Property Senior Associate

Agricultural Property Senior Associate

  • We are currently looking for a Senior Associate to join our Residential Property team located in Tunbridge Wells.
  • The post holder will have the opportunity to work with Agricultural Law specialists who are experts in their field, and be part of a growing team offering exposure to a broad range of high net worth clients with portfolios providing plenty of varied, interesting and high quality work.
  • The ideal candidate will have non-contentious agricultural experience, including country house conveyancing.
  • You will be provided with on-going support in a very hands-on role where you will gain exposure to top-quality work and clients.
  • Successful candidates will deal with many high-profile clients across media, law and sport; with a focus on building relationships and ongoing client contact.

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