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Junior Commercial Landlord and Tenant Solicitor

Junior Commercial Landlord and Tenant Solicitor

  • About the team: The strength and breadth of our Bristol Real Estate team's clients’ portfolio remains unrivalled in the South West, providing excellent opportunities to work with leading national and international PLCs.
  • About the role: You should develop a good understanding of our clients’ UK property portfolios to reach a point where you can help to advise on business strategy for them.
  • Looking for: Successful candidates will be enthusiastic and dedicated, have a strong work ethic and be keen to seize the opportunity to progress their legal career.
  • Opportunities: We aim to give you the tools and experience to grow your legal career, with good prospects to advance within the team.
  • And more: Apply today via Route1 to secure this exciting opportunity.

DAC Beachcroft LLP

DAC Beachcroft LLP is a leading international legal business with offices across Europe, Asia Pacific and Latin America.

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