Commercial Property Solicitor
Commercial Property Solicitor, Worcestershire
This is an outstanding opportunity for an ambitious commercial property solicitor at NQ to 2 years PQE to join their thriving team.
The firm in question have a number of new directors coming across from top tier firms. As a result there is a real purpose about where the firmare going, a plentiful supply of work opportunities and also first class support on hand from technically strong fee earners.
At this key stage of your own personal development you will get a broad range of matters to work on - mid level stuff, local shops, business lease renewals, acting for landlords and tenants, some development work, some specialist work on behalf of banks, telecoms and energy suppliers, ideal for you to cut your teeth ideal and get a grounding whilst you get gentle supervision. Other bigger firms you just bash out repetitive work and don't get the chance to have ownership of those clients yourself. As time goes on you will be able to pick up some of the higher net worth files that are available.
The main attraction here is that there is a work-life balance available which isn't available at certain Birmingham city centre firms. Fee earners have joined from those other firms because of that very reason so you should see this as a long term move where you can fulfill your potential and not have to consider moving again a few years down the line.
You also have the chance to stand out in your own right and become a "go-to person" at this award wining regional firm.
The firm is growing revenue wise year on year and it's a superb time to get on board.
Please contact Dante Friend, Legal Recruitment Consultant, to discuss the role in more detail or apply through the vacancy for immediate consideration.
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