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6 months ago
Bygott Biggs
Salary band: £40k - £50k
Location: East Midlands, Leicestershire, Leicester
Job type: Permanent
Job sector: Private Practice
Experience: Newly Qualified, PQE 1, PQE 2
Contact: Richard
Sector: Commercial Property, Real Estate
Category: Solicitor Jobs

This national law firm is looking to recruit a newly qualified Commercial Property Solicitor for its Leicester office.

The leading and experienced team advises on a range of matters including commercial development, development finance, landlord and tenant, retail and leisure, planning, environmental and investment. 

If qualified, you will have experience of handling your own caseload of commercial property work. If newly qualified you will have gained a minimum 6 months commercial property experience during your training with a local, regional or national law firm.

In addition to your technical expertise, you will have an excellent academic background and demonstrate strong commercial acumen.

This is an outstanding opportunity to join a leading national firm which offers access to good quality work and clients, in addition to offering a supportive and friendly working environment.

For further information on this and other exciting opportunities, or to discuss your situation in complete confidence, please contact Richard at Bygott Biggs.

At Bygott Biggs our aim has always been to provide a more personal service and everyone here believes that recruitment should be about building long-term relationships with clients and candidates alike. Our reputation has been built on the fact that we provide an efficient and professional service but are not afraid to give straight forward, straight talking advice.

The above PQE is expressed as a guideline only. We are happy to hear from anyone who can demonstrate the necessary skills and knowledge in order to fulfil this role.

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