Private Practice

Residential Property Lawyer

Residential Property Lawyer

  • We are currently looking for an Associate to join our Residential Property team located in Tunbridge Wells. The ideal candidate will be able to hit the ground running and have experience of working on a wide range or residential transactions with minimal supervision.
  • Life at Cripps is empowering and fulfilling. You’ll enjoy our friendly, collaborative working environment, and be rewarded fairly for the work you do. You’ll never just be a resource to perform a function; you’ll always be treated like a valued member of the Cripps team.
  • The role offers a wide variety of work, predominantly in the South East and London, with a focus on high value properties. The successful candidate will be expected to build client and referrer relationships.
  • You will be an organised and effective communicator with excellent verbal and written skills.
  • You will be self-motivated and client focused, with an eye for meticulous detail.

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