Laceys Solicitors incorporating HLF


Current Vacancies


Laceys are looking for an experienced Commercial Solicitor to work within their progressive award winning Corporate Commercial department.

The role will involve working with existing clients on Commercial and Consumer Contracts, some prior experience of Intellectual Property would be desirable but is not essential.

The position would suit someone of at least 5 years PQE working as a Commercial Solicitor, or similar experience, however all experience will be considered. We are looking for someone who is personable and has the self-motivation for business development and networking.

If this opportunity could be of interest, please apply with a CV and covering email in confidence to Sam Freeman at


An excellent opportunity to join a Legal 500 firm working primarily in leasehold enfranchisement and extension work.

We value enthusiasm and commitment as well as ability and experience.

The ideal candidate will have good experience specialising in Lease Extensions and Enfranchisement and have a good track record in Leasehold Reform acting for both Freeholders and Leaseholders, along with excellent client care skills and actively engaging in business development.

Please apply in confidence to:

John Munro, Laceys Solicitors, 5 Poole Road, Bournemouth, Dorset BH2 5QL

or by email at


Whatever your legal requirement, whether it be business or personal, our specialist teams are professional, prompt and personal, and will always strive to deliver practical solutions in the most cost effective way.

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