Private Practice

Commercial Property Solicitor

Commercial Property Solicitor

  • 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.
  • About the role: We are seeking to appoint a Commercial Property Solicitor to work in our Taunton office.
  • Looking For: Among your many attributes, we are looking to secure your solid grounding in commercial property work. Ideally, we expect you to have built some quality Commercial Property experience, however we are more interested in your potential rather than your length of experience. If you have a real talent for Commercial Property work and a history of delivering exceptional client service, then we would really like to hear from you.
  • Opportunities: Among a broad diet of work, you will be involved in strategic development projects for national and local developers for residential and commercial use schemes, secured lending work on behalf of a range of lender clients, and landlord and tenant issues for investment property companies.
  • And more: You will be able to demonstrate a keen intellect with a strong record of academic success. Equally important, you will be commercially astute and pragmatic with the ability to focus on your clients’ needs to provide practical and robust advice.

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