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11 months ago
Clayton Legal
Salary: Negotiable
Location: Stoke-on-Trent
Job type: Permanent
Job sector: Private Practice
Experience: Newly Qualified, PQE 1, PQE 2, PQE 3, PQE 4
Contact: Brett Cahill
Sector: Commercial Property
Category: Lawyer Jobs, Legal Executive Jobs, Solicitor Jobs

The Role:

This role is for a Commercial Property Lawyer to join a team within a well-respected firm in Stoke on Trent, handling a full range of Commercial Property work.


The successful Commercial Property Lawyer's workload will include acquisitions and sales, commercial landlord and tenant matters, property development and investment work. Experience within Commercial Property Law is essential for this role, with the ambition to further your career with a view to potentially lead the team. It is required to be either a qualified Solicitor or Legal Executive for this role.


Salary is negotiable based on experience.

If this Commercial Property Lawyer role is of interest, please call Brett Cahill onor forward your most recent CV to b.cahill@clayton-legal.co.uk.

Clayton Legal recruits for law firms and In House departments across the UK. Based in the North West, our pedigree and service levels give those looking to move in the legal market and law firms looking to recruit a refreshingly different recruitment experience. You will work with experienced professionals, dedicated to your success. Take a look at our web site javascript:void(0); for our latest blogs and legal news and to keep up to date with current vacancies.

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