Private Practice

Commercial Property Solicitor

Commercial Property Solicitor

  • The purpose of this role is to provide a quality service to the Firm’s clients to meet the needs of the Commercial Property department and help it achieve its financial and other targets.
  • You'll self-manage as required so as to operate at optimum efficiency to ensure personal financial and other targets are met.
  • Furthermore, you must build strong beneficial relationships with estate agents and other referrers of Commercial Property work to the firm.
  • In addition, it will be a part of your role to raise the firm's profile by participating within the communities in which you live and work.
  • We require you to have some Commercial Property experience.

Redkite Solicitors Services Ltd

Since 1898, Redkite Solicitors have been helping individuals, families and businesses across Wales and England resolve their legal issues with dedicated support and tailored solutions.

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