Private Practice

Real Estate Associate

Real Estate Associate

  • About the firm: Our experience encompasses corporate, commercial litigation and arbitration, employment and pensions, finance, marine and international trade and real estate.
  • About the role: A central part of the role will be analysing risks and advising on the best ways of addressing those risks.
  • Looking for: You should have extensive commercial real estate experience, including buying and selling, asset management, and development.
  • Opportunities: With international expertise and broad experience in every kind of commercial and residential property transaction, the firm's real estate practice advises clients all over the world.
  • And more: Another aspect of the role is the clear, concise and unambiguous preparation and drafting of documentation.

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