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2 months ago
Blue Pelican
Salary: £60000.00 - £70000.00 per annum
Location: London
Job type: Permanent
Job sector: Private Practice
Experience: PQE 3, PQE 4, PQE 5
Contact: Cherona Vlok
Sector: Corporate
Category: Solicitor Jobs

Are you a Solicitor with a strong Corporate-Commercial background who has gained some experience with Corporate Governance Charity work?

We are working in support of a top-tier London based law firm who are looking to employ a Solicitor to work alongside the social housing corporate and banking team.

As a solicitor with a minimum of 4 years experience within a reputable firm, you can expect to work on a case load that will include M&A - a mix of large housing groups; Corporate Governance - working alongside senior executive officers and their non-exec boards; Support with 'Problematic cases' by helping housing clients overcome financial / governance issues.

The role is client facing so there will be plenty of opportunity for you to work in direct support of the firms clients while being involved in marketing and BD.

Salary indicated at circa £70,000.00+ per annum.

For a more comprehensive job description, to apply or to find out more information on the Law Firm concerned, please contact me directly OR send your CV in Word format to Cherona Vlok at Blue Pelican Legal.

Honest, ethical, professional, knowledgeable recruitment experts. Handling permanent and locum private practice and in-house vacancies across the UK, Blue Pelican Legal offers an exceptional service level to its candidates and clients in line with the Blue Pelican Standards.

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