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Associate/Senior Associate – Real Estate

Associate/Senior Associate – Real Estate

  • An innovative practice and the first top 100 law firm to achieve “Gold Standard” Investors in People, our values and culture are not just words on our website but are the heartbeat of the firm.
  • Our Real Estate group is one of the largest real estate teams in the UK, advising an impressive range of clients including commercial and residential developers, investors, major corporate occupiers and banks/funders.
  • An excellent opportunity has arisen for an experienced real estate lawyer, to join our well established and growing Residential Development team specialising in all types of development work and in particular acting for national and local housebuilders.
  • Main duties and responsibilities will include providing support to the lead partner delivering legal advice and services in the following main areas: residential site acquisitions and disposals, strategic land matters, Funding and Planning Agreements, site assembly and infrastructure, Deeds of Condition, DPA, complex title examination and related conveyancing, wayleaves, utilities, leases and options.
  • The ideal candidate will demonstrate a genuine passion in developing in this area of real estate law and in return, the successful candidate will gain exposure to high quality work, great clients and will be joining a friendly and supportive team.

Shoosmiths LLP

Shoosmiths is a major UK law firm with a network of offices working together as one national team.

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