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Solicitor/Associate - Real Estate - Health and Publics Sector Asset Management

Solicitor/Associate - Real Estate - Health and Publics Sector Asset Management

  • About the Firm: We are a leading international legal business with over 2,400 colleagues and a diverse range of capabilities.
  • About the role: We are recruiting for a 0-5 PQE Solicitor/Associate to work within a market-leading Real Estate team in a top 20 law firm, with offices in Bristol, London, and other locations throughout the UK and Worldwide.
  • Looking For: Among your many skills, we are looking to secure your High quality level of technical expertise; your strong analytical and problem solving skills; your team orientation and collegiate disposition; and your ability to analyse and apply legal principles and facts to derive technically sound, commercial strategies for complex cases.
  • Opportunities: The opportunities afforded to you will include but not be limited to acting as first and primary contact for clients on a day to day basis providing them with commercially focused legal advice; advising NHS and Public Sector bodies on property transactions in the context of their statutory framework Manage a caseload and/or support Associates, Partners and colleagues on larger complex matters; and drafting and reviewing correspondence, reports and documents.
  • And more: You will be enthusiastic and dedicated, have a strong work ethic and be keen to seize the opportunity to progress their legal career by developing their technical skills and commercial awareness in a friendly, collaborative environment.

DAC Beachcroft LLP

DAC Beachcroft LLP is a leading international legal business with offices across Europe, Asia Pacific and Latin America.

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