Private Practice

Commercial Property Solicitor

Commercial Property Solicitor

  • Working closely with the team’s partners and associates, you will assist them on a range of commercial property matters.
  • 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.
  • Learning from highly respected senior practitioners, you will be able to develop your technical and client management skills with access to challenging and complex work.
  • You will be a qualified solicitor (or equivalent) with a 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.

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