Senior Associate - Residential Property
We have a fantastic opportunity for a Senior Associate Solicitor to join our Residential Property team to be based in our Bishop’s Stortford office.
This role provides a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Solicitor to lead the Bishop’s Stortford team of dedicated property lawyers. Proud to provide a high quality, efficient and cost-effective legal service; our team work closely with clients to develop lasting relationships and a real understanding of their issues. With strong relationships with local estate agents, surveyors and other professionals, they work with them as a team so that every transaction is managed with seamless efficiency.
Our new member will be at least 9 years PQE, looking to join a progressive firm, with an aptitude and interest in both business and team development.
As a Residential Property Senior Associate at Tees your role would include:
- Working closely with our Executive Partner to develop strategy and annual business plans. Provide updates on progress against objectives, share information and help drive value and change within the Firm.
- Being responsible for managing a complex mixed caseload of client matters without supervision. Providing clients with high quality legal advice and proactively managing client relationships.
- Set and deliver objectives personally and support your Executive Partner in setting and delivering objectives through the team. Monitor performance/progress and provide professional guidance to team members as appropriate.
- Making a significant contribution to the firm's reputation and position within the community by virtue of their reputation for excellence and specialist skills and knowledge. Attract new clients and introducers.
If you are motivated and passionate about your area of specialism and would like to take on a leading role, then we would like to hear from you!
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