Location: Manchester City Centre
EXP: minimum 2 years PQE
Salary: Competitive rate
Hours: Both full time and flexible/part time working considered
An exciting position has become available for a qualified Commercial Property Lawyer to join our highly regarded, and very experienced, Commercial Property Department. This position will provide you with a strong platform for your career and expose you to a busy and rewarding workload from the outset.
We have an excellent reputation across many commercial legal disciplines. We will give you exposure to a range of quality clients and work with a local, regional and national reach. In turn, you will work closely with our clients to provide tailored service and advice to meet their needs.
As a Commercial property lawyer, you will handle your own caseload of commercial property matters ranging from acquiring sites for development, acquisition and disposal of commercial premises, drafting commercial leases and banking work. You will have minimum 2 years PQE and ideally have some experience of working with developers in the residential development sector (although this is not a prerequisite). You will have sound drafting and negotiating skills and will thrive when working within a team on complex matters. In return the firm can offer you a supportive and collegiate environment where your legal career can really flourish, acting for impressive clients with an excellent quality of work. The salary and package will be very competitive and we would be happy to consider part time/flexible working arrangements.
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