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Commercial Property Solicitor

Are you a Commercial Property Solicitor looking to take the next step in your career working in a leading national law firm? Do you enjoy working with large, national clients, yet crave a great work life balance? If so, we have a fantastic opportunity for you that can be based in their Milton Keynes office.

Our client is a highly regarded firm and has an excellent reputation, which lends itself to an impressive base of strong national clients and international connections.

What really sets this role apart is the great working environment, as well as the scope for progression the firm can offer.

The sky is the limit in terms of where this role could take you.

In this role you will be working alongside others in the Drinks, Hospitality and Leisure team to handle matters in real estate, in particular acting for occupiers.

Experience within employment and commercial would also be beneficial but not essential.


The successful candidate can expect variety in the role with real estate being the core area of law but to also include TUPE, intellectual property and commercial aspects.

This role would ideally suit solicitors who is 1-3 years' PQE.

This is given purely as a guideline and candidates who fall outside of this bracket yet can demonstrate the technical ability and enthusiasm for the role are also encouraged to apply.


This is a fantastic opportunity for a Solicitor who is wanting a role that offers both high-quality work and a great working environment offering flexible working having only needing to visit the office twice a week, and an active interest in their employees wellbeing and progression.


To hear more about this role get in touch with Jonny Weare at Saccomann on 0113 467 9781.


If it's early days in considering whether to make a move or not don't worry, we are happy to have a confidential discussion with you to talk about the kind of opportunities that could be open generally and even whether or not it is advisable to move at this stage for you personally.