Austen Lloyd

Senior Commercial Property Developments

London
£50000 - £70000 per annum + Excellent
18 Dec 2012
15 Jan 2013
CW 12633
Austen Lloyd
Legal
Permanent
Full Time

This is a rare high level opportunity for a senior Solicitor with strong Commercial Property experience, to join an excellent West London law firm with a national reputation at a senior level.

This is a high level appointment and we would like to hear from Candidates with a minimum of four to five years solid experience in a good range of Commercial Property matters, to include some Developments and Regeneration projects.

You should be willing and capable of playing a significant role within the firm. Good contacts, business development skills and a following would be an advantage here but this not essential. The role would allow great personal development, where you will be involved in fee earning and mentoring. The firm's present reputation is excellent in this field and the national and international client base is extremely healthy.

The team ethos will bring you into daily contact and interaction with highly professional colleagues from other areas of law. This is altogether, an excellent firm to work for, which could prove to be a great springboard to your future career.

If you think that you have the necessary experience, and this opportunity could be of interest to you, then Charlotte would be very keen to hear from you as soon as possible in absolute Confidence on 01275 463 111.

Legal Vacancies/Law Jobs, Reference : CW 12633 ; (Commercial Property / Real Estate Solicitor / Associate): Austen Lloyd Limited is a Specialist Legal Recruitment Agency. In addition to this role, we have many other excellent and specialist positions. Visit our website on www.austenlloyd.co.uk



Please note our advertisements may use PQE/salary levels purely as a guide. However we would be happy to consider applications from all candidates who can demonstrate the skills needed to perform the role (Commercial Property Developments Solicitor / Associate Role No. 12633).