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Real Estate Paralegal

Real Estate Paralegal

  • We are hiring a Paralegal for our Real Estate team in Bristol which is ranked highly by Chambers
  • Both our team as a whole and our partners are highly ranked in both Legal 500 and Chambers
  • You will be working closely with leading partners David Abel, Sally Badham and Emma Pinkerton
  • Our team provides advice to large development companies, banks, funds and private investors
  • Our recent work includes advising Aviva on a £64m acquisition of a retail park in Aylesbury
  • Your responsibilities will include managing a caseload of transactions and leases, and drafting
  • We are offering a salary between £17,000 and £20,000 for this role, varying with experience

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