Private Practice

Real Estate Associate (FTC)

Real Estate Associate (FTC)

  • Currently seeking a Real Estate Associate (3-5 years PQE) for a 6 month contract in our real estate practice in London
  • The practice comprises 14 Partners, 3 Of Counsel and 45 Associates, and is led by Don Rowlands
  • We advise on all aspects of general commercial property including investment, restructuring, development & acquisitions
  • We recently advised Qatar Holding on the acquisition of the HSBC Tower from the National Pension Service of Korea
  • "Exceptional. ... the whole team pulls together to meet some very challenging timescales." Chambers UK 2016

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