Private Practice

Asset Management Solicitor

Asset Management Solicitor

  • An expanding client list and increasing volumes of work mean that new team members are needed to play an essential, valued role in delivering the time-critical, high quality service expected by our clients.
  • The role will include acting as first and primary contact for clients on a day to day basis, providing them with commercially focused legal advice.
  • You'll also make an appropriate contribution to non fee-earning activity e.g. knowledge sharing, training, client seminars, and business development.
  • Successful candidates will be enthusiastic and dedicated, have a strong work ethic and be keen to seize the opportunity to progress their legal career by developing their technical skills and commercial awareness in a friendly, collaborative environment.
  • You should be a solicitor with experience in Real Estate, typically to have been gained in negotiating leases and agreements for lease for landlords and/or tenants as well as dealing with applications for consent to assign, deeds of variation, lease renewals, surrenders, licences to alter and underleases.

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