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Corporate / Commercial Property Solicitor

Corporate / Commercial Property Solicitor

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Location:
Buckinghamshire
Salary:
£38,000.00 - 65,000.00
Sector:
Private Practice
Posted:
Contract Type:
Permanent role
Reference Number:
TH/49845

Description

Corporate / Company / Commercial Property Solicitor

This is an exciting opportunity for an ambitious corporate / commercial property solictor to join this highly regarded practice and work alongside the Managing Partner with a view to take over from them in due course. Definite partnership prospects and the chance to learn from a highly experienced individual - interested?

The successful candidate will enjoy:

- A mixed caseload of corporate and commercial property matters on behalf of longstanding clients
- Joining a friendly, supportive and established team
- The opportunity of working alongside and learning from the Managing Partner
- Genuine career progression prospects as you will be taking over the corporate / commercial property work in a few years' time when the Managing Partner retires
- Competitive remuneration package.

The firm is happy to consider applications from NQs upwards as there will be a lead in time of several years before the Managing Partner steps down so there will be plenty of time for more junior solicitors to develop their expertise and confidence.

For further information, please contact Tracy Harris at BCL Legal. Tracy speciailises in placing solictiors and legal executives into private practice across the Thames Valley and Home Counties areas.

If you're interested in this role, please apply now or forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us.
If this job isn't quite right, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.

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