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Banking & Property Solicitor (Limerick or Dublin) Job Title: Banking and Property Solicitor
Location: Limerick or Dublin 
Job Overview:
Our client, a medium sized law firm are seeking a highly skilled and motivated Banking and Property Solicitor to join their team As a Banking and Property Solicitor, you will be responsible for providing legal advice and support to clients in matters related to banking, finance, and property transactions. Your expertise in both banking and property law will play a crucial role in ensuring the successful completion of complex transactions and providing top-notch client service.
  1. Provide expert legal advice: Advise clients on a wide range of banking and property matters, including financing transactions, property acquisitions, lease agreements, and property development projects. Interpret and apply relevant laws, regulations, and contractual provisions to ensure legal compliance and protect clients' interests.
  2. Transactional support: Handle all aspects of banking and property transactions, including drafting and reviewing legal documents, conducting due diligence, negotiating terms and conditions, and overseeing the closing process. Collaborate with clients, external parties, and colleagues to ensure smooth and timely completion of transactions.
  3. Legal research and analysis: Stay updated on relevant legal developments, precedents, and case laws related to banking and property law in Ireland. Conduct comprehensive legal research and analysis to support clients' cases, develop legal strategies, and provide accurate advice.
  4. Client relationship management: Develop and maintain strong relationships with clients, understanding their specific needs, and providing tailored legal solutions. Attend client meetings, effectively communicate legal concepts, and address any concerns or questions.
  5. Compliance and risk management: Ensure compliance with all relevant regulations, laws, and guidelines governing banking and property transactions. Identify and mitigate potential risks and provide advice on legal and regulatory implications to protect clients from legal exposure.
  6. Team collaboration: Work collaboratively with colleagues, including other solicitors, paralegals, and support staff, to leverage collective knowledge and expertise. Assist junior team members in their professional development and provide guidance as needed.
  7. Business development: Contribute to the growth and success of the firm by actively participating in business development activities, including networking, attending industry events, and fostering relationships with potential clients. Stay informed about market trends and identify new business opportunities.
  1. Legal qualification: Qualified solicitor in Ireland, holding a current practicing certificate.
  2. Experience: Minimum of 3 years of post-qualification experience in banking and property law, preferably gained within a reputable law firm or financial institution. Proven track record of handling complex banking and property transactions independently.
  3. Expertise: In-depth knowledge of Irish banking and property law, including relevant legislation, regulations, and industry practices. Familiarity with legal frameworks related to financing transactions, property acquisitions, leasing, and property development.
  4. Transactional skills: Strong drafting, negotiation, and due diligence skills with a keen attention to detail. Ability to manage multiple transactions simultaneously and meet deadlines.
  5. Analytical and problem-solving skills: Excellent analytical and problem-solving abilities to identify legal issues, evaluate risks, and develop effective strategies to achieve clients' objectives.
  6. Communication and interpersonal skills: Exceptional verbal and written communication skills, with the ability to convey complex legal concepts to clients and colleagues in a clear and concise manner. Strong interpersonal skills to build and maintain client relationships effectively.
  7. Team player: Collaborative approach and willingness to work closely with colleagues to achieve common goals. Ability to provide guidance and support to junior team members.
  8. Business acumen: Understanding of the commercial aspects of banking and property transactions. Proactive attitude towards business development and a drive to contribute to the firm's growth.
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  • Listed: 24 May 2024
  • Location: Dublin
  • Work Type: Permanent / Full Time

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