Private Practice

Head of Real Estate, ALT

Head of Real Estate, ALT

  • Fantastic opportunity for a senior lawyer (10+ years PQE) to head the ALT Real Estate legal team for the UK/US & EMEA
  • You'll fulfil a senior & strategic role delivering RE legal services and client-facing leadership for the division
  • You'll work closely with the Director of ALT UK/US & EMEA to deliver measurable cost-effective results ...
  • ... focusing on clients and legal service delivery, including the winning of new work and expansion opportunities
  • The role will require a strategic and process-minded lawyer, with commercial astuteness and experience leading a team

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