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Real Estate Solicitor

Real Estate Solicitor

  • About the Firm: We have ranked in the Sunday Times Best 100 Companies to Work For List for the last 5 years!
  • About the role: A vacancy has arisen for a 3 -5 PQE Solicitor to work in the Real Estate Team in our Truro Office. This is a fulltime, permanent opportunity working 9am -5.15pm Monday to Friday.
  • Looking For: We are looking to secure your expertise and experience as a 3-5 PQE solicitor with excellent interpersonal and communication skills and a focus on exceptional client care.
  • Opportunities: This is a rare opportunity to undertake exciting and challenging national quality work from a beautiful location and to develop a niche area of expertise.
  • And more: The position would suit someone who is highly organised, accurate, proactive and committed to meeting deadlines while remaining calm under pressure. Excellent all-round communication skills, professional telephone manner and attention to detail is essential. Previous work experience in a strong real estate team with exposure to minerals and/or waste sectors would be an advantage.
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