Are you a real estate solicitor seeking a new role in the Edinburgh market and actively pursuing a role with a boutique firm, as opposed to a role with a firm that cannot offer any genuine work/life balance?
If so, then please do read on.
My client, a incredibly respected and impressive commercial boutique has a requirement for a real estate solicitor between one and five years post qualified to take on a mixed caseload of commercial property law.
You will work alongside a number of Partners and associates who have hailed from both boutique and top tier backgrounds and assist them with high-value investment purchase and sales and secured lending transactional matters for both High Street and secondary banking institutions.
You will also carry a caseload of landlord and tenant work, particularly related to commercial leasing; acquiring units within shopping centres and retail parks for some of Scotland's most household name retailers, as well as advising on development matters.
This really is a role that can offer a work/life balance that you will be unlikely to find at the larger Edinburgh commercial practices. One where you can retain the enviable client base that you currently enjoy but also operate in an environment that encourages the working day to be between 9am and 5pm.
For additional information please do not hesitate to contact Neil Campbell at QED Legal via the details provided. Fee earning roles that can offer this sort of flexibility are rarely, if ever, available, particularly within commercial property these days.
I look forward to hearing from you.