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Charity Property/Commercial Property Lawyer

Charity Property/Commercial Property Lawyer

  • You will play an integral part of a highly regarded team providing for the legal needs of 8 Church of England dioceses, and many other charitable clients.
  • In this role, you'll undertake an exceptional variety of high quality property transactions including charity property disposals and acquisitions, commercial leases, assisting with major development projects and a range of unusual and interesting instructions.
  • You'll also take a lead in supporting and developing the client relationship with a key diocesan client.
  • Also in this role, you'll provide advice across a wide range of legal disciplines, including property, ecclesiastical, charity and trust law.
  • You must have a good, up-to-date knowledge and understanding of the Church of England.

Winckworth Sherwood LLP

Winckworth Sherwood is a fast growing full service commercial firm headquartered in London with a focus on exceptional client service and a commercial approach.

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