Private Practice

(Sr) Assoc Residential Prop.

(Sr) Assoc Residential Prop.

  • Fantastic opportunity to work within our highly regarded and professional residential property team in London
  • You'll understand the needs of every client and be alert to the capabilities of colleagues
  • You'll undertake high value and complex residential property work including acquisitions & portfolio management
  • You'll have detailed knowledge and expertise in dealing with all aspects of residential conveyancing work
  • We have an exciting benefits package incl a contributory pension scheme, critical illness cover, health cash plan, etc

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