Private Practice

Real Estate Investment Associate

Real Estate Investment Associate

  • We are looking for a Senior Associate to join our successful real estate investors team which advises on all aspects of non-contentious landlord and tenant law.
  • You'll advise on freehold and leasehold acquisitions and disposals (including portfolio transactions), development work (including forward funding deals), and a wide range of property matters for investors and occupiers alike.
  • The successful candidate will have strong academics and completed excellent training in a well renowned practice.
  • Clients range from private individuals and owner managed businesses to multi-national corporations, public companies, professional partnerships, banks and financial institutions.
  • Our main areas of practice are dispute resolution, corporate and commercial, real estate, private client and family, provided through our Business Services, Real Estate and Private Individuals Divisions.

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