Private Practice

Property Associate

Property Associate

  • This is an excellent opportunity for a commercial property lawyer to join a successful team in our Norwich office in a growing firm which enjoys an excellent reputation and can offer good career prospects.
  • We are seeking an associate of with training from a well regarded city, regional or national firm with a well developed knowledge in all areas of commercial property.
  • You'll play an active role in marketing and practice development as well as providing a high level of service to existing clients.
  • A key part of the role is private equity real estate funds on client's commercial real estate portfolios, and in particular the asset management, leasing, acquisition and disposal mandates.
  • Working for one of the regions leading commercial law firms, our lawyers are engaged in the highest quality work in an area of outstanding natural beauty.

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