This firm has grown significantly in recent years, they are forward-thinking, dynamic and have several niche areas which have given them a truly Global reputation. In recent years they have grown, this is mainly due to the growth of their significant international practice across all specialisms. If you are seeking a platform to grow and develop within your career, then read on.
The firm is highly ranked in the Legal 500 and is top tier across some practice areas. They are a unique firm, combining a strong commercial and charity practice with a general emphasis on public interest work, media, education and working with mission-led businesses. The firm is renowned for its expertise in advising charities. The firm has an alternative business structure, this allows them to in addition to their level services, provide advisory, impact advice as well as compliance and financial consultancy services, giving them a unique offering in the market. The firm just has one office based in the City. You will find a commercially focussed culture, due to their size being smaller than most City practices, there is much more of a people focussed approach where all staff feels valued, hence them having an unheard-of staff retention rate.
The firm is seeking to hire a Charity Trusts / Private Client Lawyer to join the firms City of London office.
The department is known Internationally for their expertise in Charity work, they are ranked top tier in the Legal 500 and have some Lawyers who are ranked as leaders in their field. The role will encompass a broad range of charity work undertaken by the team but with a particular focus on charitable trusts and endowments and may include advising on charity legacies.
The work will be a mixture of charity and private client work.
This is an excellent opportunity for a Charity Trusts and Private Client Lawyer to join one of the most highly renowned firms in the sector based in the City of London.
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