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Senior Real Estate Lawyer – 5-7 PQE

Reference: AJ8670EG
Job type: Permanent
Location: UK - London
Practice areas:
Real Estate
Real Estate - Commercial Property
This international law firm is extremely well regarded for its high-end real estate capability, with the London team’s expertise spanning the full range of commercial property matters. Real Estate is central to the firm, and is one of its largest practices.

Having recently grown the team significantly on the partner side, the firm is now looking to expand the group’s associate ranks. You will be working alongside the head of the group, and the focus of your work will be on sales and purchases, but you will also undertake a range of other commercial property work, including landlord and tenant matters, and property management.

The ideal candidate will have between 5-7 years’ experience from a leading City practice. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a market leading team, and as well as high quality work the firm also offers associates a friendly environment and a good work/life balance.


Apply on line or contact alice.jenkins@edwardsgibson.com to find out more about this or similar opportunities.

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