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Solicitor / Associate – Commercial Property / Landlord and Tenant – Wimbledon

We are seeking a solicitor to work in our commercial property team, to support the partner in the growth of the department.  The work includes a mixture of grants and assignments of leases, sales and purchases, property finance, options and development matters, and independent legal advice matters.

The successful candidate will have a second string to their bow.  Ideally, they would also support our dispute resolution solicitor, particularly on landlord and tenant disputes (commercial and residential) and would have experience in this area.

The candidate needs to be sufficiently experienced to manage their own caseload, so we envisage that they will have circa 3 PQE.  However, candidates with more experience may be considered, and any following would be a bonus.

Organisational, communication and IT skills are essential, as is a high standard of client care.

The working environment is friendly and supportive.

Salary negotiable based on experience.  Benefits include: bonus scheme; a generous holiday allowance; pension; Cycle to Work scheme; social events and an annual subsidised ski trip (subject to Covid).

Please apply by sending your CV and a covering letter to [email protected].

Please note the contents contained in this article are for general guidance only. Legal advice should be sought before taking action in relation to specific matters.

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