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Commercial Property Solicitor

Boutique, specialist law firm looking for an experienced Commercial Property Solicitor to join their team in Warwick.

Our client is an established, local law firm that has been building a respected reputation for themselves over the last decade.

They are a firm that really value their employees and know that it is the staff that really make a business which is why they can offer market leading salaries, a benefits package that includes private medical cover and excellent training and development opportunities.

Within this Commercial Property Solicitor role, you will be running your own caseload of:

  • Investment work

  • Acquisitions and disposals

  • Commercial Estate Development

  • Planning obligations

  • Tenant matters

  • Asset management

The successful candidate for this Commercial Property Solicitor role will ideally have between 3-5 years' PQE within Commercial Property, has excellent client care skills, can work well under pressure and is confident in their own ability.

If you are interested in this Warwick based Commercial Property Solicitor position, please contact Matthew Harvey-Pearson at Sacco Mann on 0161 831 6890 or email your CV to

To hear about other legal opportunities that we have available, please visit our website.

Alternatively, if you know anybody who would be suitable for this role then please let them or us know as we offer a reward for successful referral.

For full terms, please visit our website.

*Please note our advertisements use PQE and salary level purely as a guide.

We are happy to consider applications from all candidates who are able to demonstrate the skills necessary to fulfil the role.

  • Rate: £40000 - £50000 per annum
  • Location: Warwick, England
  • Type: Permanent
  • Industry: Legal
  • Recruiter: Sacco Mann
  • Contact: Matthew Harvey-Pearson
  • Tel: 0161 871 4752
  • Email: to view click here
  • Posted: 2024-04-09 16:52:36 -

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