Private Practice

Solicitor - Transactional Real Estate

Solicitor - Transactional Real Estate

  • At Michelmores we put our clients at the heart of everything we do. We are proud to advise clients on a broad range of legal matters across the UK and internationally. With offices in Exeter, London and Bristol we are well placed to work with a diverse range of clients who provides our people with the high quality, intellectually and exciting.
  • We are looking for an enthusiastic and ambitious lawyer to join our highly regarded Transactional Real Estate Team in Exeter. We are open on PQE from NQ through to Associate level.
  • Your responsibilities will include, but not limited to: dealing with all aspects of commercial development including land acquisition, disposal, funding, development, forward letting, forward sale and Landlord and Tenant matters, in addition to assisting Partners with individual elements of wider property transactions.
  • You will have relevant ‘hands-on’ work experience and client management skills.
  • You will have good knowledge of English Land Law and Landlord and Tenant law.

Michelmores LLP

Michelmores is a Top 100 law firm with offices in London, Bristol and Exeter. We are big enough to matter but small enough to really care.

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