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Purpose of the role

Our client a leading Global law firm has an exciting an opportunity for a Professional Development / Support Lawyer to join their leading Real Estate team on either a hybrid or remote basis.

Working within the heart of the Real Estate team. The focus of the role will be on updating and maintaining the precedent bank and working on innovation projects, such as document automation, to ensure the department remains at the cutting edge of legal services.

This is an exciting opportunity to join a market-leading Real Estate team where you will be offered a high level of responsibility across the breadth of the practice and the opportunity to have significant interaction with our fee earners.

Responsibilities

Revising, updating, and maintaining the English/Welsh real estate precedent bank.
Creating new precedents.
Drafting practice notes to support the use of the precedent bank.
Liaising closely with fee earners to understand and respond to their requirements for precedent support.
Working closely with fee earners to gather market feedback and to maintain a good understanding of the "market norm".
Participating in and contributing to innovation projects to enhance the use and delivery of legal documentation.
Participating in and coordinating the automation of key precedents for their better and more efficient use by internal fee-earning teams.
Where required, providing assistance and support to the Managing PDLPerson Specification:

This role would suit a highly experienced English qualified Real Estate Lawyer at Senior level or Practice Development/ Support Lawyer who has been an active creator and contributor of legal know-how materials and client service materials for another leading Real Estate practice or top flight firm.

You must be able to demonstrate the following:

Substantial knowledge of the Real Estate sector and market.
Strong drafting skills and experience in creating and maintaining precedents.
Experience in document automation.
Maintains up-to-date industry and legal knowledge.
Excellent intellectual and analytical skills.
Strong research abilities.
Ability to work with minimal supervision

 

 

Full TimePermanent

 

 

To apply for this job please visit www.cv-library.co.uk.