This regional heavyweight full service law firm is one of the best known legal brands in Yorkshire and are fast gaining a national reputation for the high quality work they undertake and the vast and varied client base they serve. Rated by both Legal 500 and Chambers Guide, this well established Yorkshire firm sit comfortably in the Top 200.

The firm are in the process of expanding their commercial property offering in North Yorkshire and as such are looking to recruit a new commercial property solicitor for their York office. The ideal candidate will have at least 2 years PQE. The role would involve handling the full range of commercial property matters which will include advising on site acquisitions, development work as well as general commercial property work such as landlord and tenant matters.

This is a great opportunity for any junior or mid level commercial property solicitor. The firm are well known for progressing talent at all levels. You will have the opportunity to get involved in a wide variety of commercial property work and will manage your own matters as well as assisting on many high value and complex transactions. In return the firm offers a very competitive salary and benefits package.

For further information or to make an application please contact Claire Black on or

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