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Real Estate Lawyer

Posted 13 March by IDEX Consulting Ltd Easy Apply Ended

This role provides and excellent opportunity for a Real Estate Lawyer of to join a highly regarded city firm.


Our client is a very well-established law firm in the City of London with excellent reputation in Real Estate. This role for an existing Property Solicitor with solid experience to develop their career.

The position will see the incoming Solicitor to work independently and supporting seniors/Partners in the investment landlord and tenant matters.


The real estate team has strength and depth, with an excellent reputation. The incoming Solicitor will have a robust platform to develop themselves on high profile matters and some of the best work in the city. The real estate department covers all aspects of property-related legal services and acts for a broad range of clients including large well known businesses in the, property investors and funders and large developers.


The ideal candidate is will have:

  • A strong city or regional training in real estate
  • excellent academics
  • Post qualifying experience of at least 3 years in commercial property



Please visit the IDEX Consulting Ltd website for further opportunities. If your application is successful we will contact you to discuss the opportunity in more detail within 2 working days of receiving your application. If your application is unsuccessful, the information supplied may still be retained for use in connection with future vacancies. Due to the overwhelming application response we receive through various sources, should you not hear from us within one week then please assume your application has been unsuccessful.

Required skills

  • real estate
  • legal
  • investments
  • solicitor
  • lawyer
  • associate
  • Real Estate Associate
  • real estate lawyer

Reference: 34384377

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