Commercial Property Solicitor

Sacco Mann are currently working with a leading law firm who are looking for a Commercial Property Solicitor to join their highly successful property litigation team based in Birmingham.
Our client is a leading, full service law firm with a series of offices across the UK.

Although this firm are very much a big player in the UK, they are refreshingly different in their approach to working culture, offering a fantastic work life balance and a real family feel within their teams.

Their Birmingham office is experiencing a remarkable growth period at the moment, making now a perfect time for a Commercial Property Solicitor to join their ranks.
This role will see an energetic and supportive candidate be responsible for managing your team and the caseloads professionally, as well as excellent client care skills to liaise with a strong diverse client base daily.
The ideal Commercial Property Solicitor will have 1-5 years PQE within a similar role.

This exciting position will suit someone looking for a friendly, supportive environment which will encourage you to develop.

Working with highly regarded lawyers to develop your expertise on a wide range of commercial property work including investment, retail and development (residential and commercial) and property finance.
With fantastic prospects for more future career development and excellent remuneration package, this Commercial Property Solicitor is not one to be missed.
If this Commercial Property Solicitor role is of interest to you and you are located in the Birmingham area, then contact Pete Dallimer at Sacco Mann on 0161 831 6890 or email your CV to pete.dalllimer@saccomann.com.
*Please note our advertisements use PQE and salary levels purely as a guide.

We are happy to consider applications from all candidates who are able to demonstrate the skills necessary to fulfil the role.*


  • Location: Birmingham, England
  • Salary: £37000 - £50000 per annum
  • Type: Permanent
  • Recruiter: Sacco Mann
  • Posted: 28-Jul-2022
  • Posted on: careers4a.com