Commercial Property Legal Executive or Senior Paralegal

Commercial Property Legal Executive or Senior Paralegal
  • £25,000 - £35,000 per Annum
  • Permanent
  • Gloucestershire, England, UK & Channel Islands Gloucestershire GBR GL1 1DZ
Job Ref: EJLJ921935934
Sector (PP or In-house): Private Practice
Practice Area: Real Estate/Commercial Property
Date Added: 30 September 2020

We are working with this great regional sized law firm who are seeking a Legal Executive with commercial property experience to join their growing commercial property team based in Gloucester.

This commercial property team are going from strength to strength and are looking for someone who has experience in commercial property to join and work on a great range of commercial property work. The successful commercial property legal executive will be working on the sale and purchase of commercial property, granting new leases and working with leasehold land and lease renewals.

This will be ideal for someone who has just qualified as a Legal Executive and is looking for somewhere to grow their career as a qualified lawyer. If you are very close to qualifying through CILEx, please still apply. Please only apply if you have had experience in a commercial property team.

On offer is a great salary and package. There is also a great opportunity for someone to grow and learn with an established team. Based centrally, in Gloucester, our client is very commutable.

To apply, please send your CV Emma Lester to arrange a time to speak -

We aim to respond to applications within 5 working days. If you have not heard from us during this time, your application for this particular role has been unsuccessful but please continue to apply for any other positions that you consider suitable going forward.

Chadwick Nott Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

Chadwick Nott
30/10/2020 16:03:33
GBP 25000 25000
Contact Consultant:
Emma Lester

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