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Commercial Property (Real Estate) Partner

Commercial Property (Real Estate) Partner

  • About the Firm: Clarke Willmott is a leading law firm that takes pride in being different. Our strong reputation is built on genuine client relationships and our exceptional people – each chosen for their industry knowledge and passion for their field, as well as their first-class legal credentials. From seven offices across the country, our talented teams offer expert advice and support on a broad range of legal services to individuals and businesses, with focus on the most involved and complex matters.
  • About the Role: We are seeking a Commercial Property (Real Estate) Partner to grow and head up our team in Manchester.
  • Looking for: With your established reputation within commercial property and the sectors we operate within, we should be able to take it as read that you have developed a strong technical skills and knowledge base in property legal advice.
  • Opportunities: As a partner, you will of course also be expected to play a full role in the growth and development of the team, including supervision and coaching for junior lawyers, facilitating communication and knowledge sharing and helping to shape the future of the practice.
  • And more: We act for a broad spectrum of clients including developers, investors, retailers, lending institutions, registered providers, local authorities, charities, health care organisations and business occupiers.

Clarke Willmott LLP.

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