Private Practice

Head of Property (Group Leader)

Head of Property (Group Leader)

  • Lyons Davidson is a national law practice of around 900 employees operating from offices in Bristol, Solihull, Leeds, New Malden and Cardiff, and our associated practice in Edinburgh, Lyons Davidson Scotland LLP. We also have employees based in our onsite client offices in Folkestone and Whitstable.
  • You will be leading both the commercial and residential property teams, in addition to managing you own caseload using our case management system.
  • By adhering to existing Client SLAs you will maintain and build on existing relationships.
  • You will be a highly organised individual will excellent verbal and written communication skills and look to thrive in a lively and pressurised environment.
  • You will be a highly organised individual will excellent verbal and written communication skills and look to thrive in a lively and pressurised environment.

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