I am looking to speak with Solicitors with ideally between 2-4 years' post qualified experience. You will be joining a reputable, growing team with an established case-load where you can expect to service varying Commercial and Corporate matters. The role is exciting and offers an enthusiastic, outgoing professional a unique opportunity to grow with a market-leading firm. My client is looking for proactive and ambitious individuals with strong academics.
The successful Corporate Commercial Solicitor will join a regarding team and manage a high-quality case load including M&A, share sales, asset purchases, shareholders agreements, corporate restructuring. There will be a real mix of matters as well as Commercial work including international agreements.The established partners have built up a solid client base ranging from SME's to household names, with the emphasis on lifetime relationships and support.
Applications are invited from Corporate Commercial Solicitors who have at least 2 years PQE and worked in a firm of similar calibre. Those that have a solid corporate background and looking to manage a wider more varied case load will also be considered. You will be a personable individual who is looking for a long-term career within a supportive and friendly environment.
The chosen Corporate and Commercial Lawyer will receive plenty of good quality work and excellent/ongoing training with good career prospects. The firms attract a lot of ex-City Lawyers who are looking for that better work/life balance but consistent, high-quality work. The firm offers a real sense of quality and friendly culture.
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