Pro-Legal Recruitment

Legal Counsel - Projects/Construction/Real Estate

£50000.00 - £70000.00 per annum + fantastic benefits incl bonus
07 Oct 2016
06 Nov 2016
Jonathan Matthews
Experience / PQE
Newly Qualified, PQE 1 - 3 years
Contract Type

Do you want to work for a highly acclaimed City of London based international property developer?

Legal Counsel - Projects/Construction/Real Estate

  • Do you have experience in respect of a wide range of commercial contracts?
  • Do you have experience of the construction/projects/real estate sector?
  • Are you a UK qualified Solicitor or Barrister and do you have approximately 6-18 months' relevant PQE (given as a guide only)?
  • Do you have excellent academics and qualify at a top 50 law firm?

You will draft, negotiate and conclude a vast and hugely varied range of commercial contracts in relation to the construction and real estate sector and get involved in a wide variety of projects. You will also get involved in wider legal and commercial contentious and non-contentious matters.

You will report directly into the Head of Legal and have immediate unrivalled prospects of career growth and development.

You will be work in a fantastic prime central London location.

You will have the opportunity to travel as part of your role.

You will be rewarded with an excellent remuneration package plus a fantastic additional range of benefits (including a market-leading twice yearly highly lucrative bonus scheme).

To discuss this role further, please contact Jonathan Matthews on 02072696362 or send a copy of your CV to

The Pro-Recruitment Groups consists of 3 distinct brands: Pro-Tax, Pro-Legal and Pro-Finance:

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