Senior Charity Lawyer

G2 Legal Limited
Hampshire, South East, UK
Full time
£60,000 - £70,000
16 days ago
Senior Charity Lawyer - Southampton - £50,000 - £60,000

Are you a Senior Charity Lawyer who has hit a brick wall in your career progression? Or are you an ambitious Solicitor who is ready to take the next step to work towards Partnership?

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Senior Charity Solicitor to join a leading Legal 100 Law firm based in Southampton; in this key placement. The team works with an impressive list of high profile national charities and is ranked in the Legal 500 and Chambers.

My client offer hybrid working to all staff.

You will be an experience Charity Solicitor (5+ years PQE) where you will be representing clients on a range of issues across the charities and social enterprise sector, including registration, charitable status, data protection, governance and regulatory work. You'll be advising a wide range of charities and corporates on charity law matters including the incorporation of charitable companies and the establishment of other charities.

This role would suit either a local Lawyer OR a City Lawyer who is looking for that work life balance and to avoid that busy commute into London.

My client is eager to shortlist for interviews as soon as possible, so please contact me confidentially on Tel: 012********* or send your CV to Chris Rodriguez by applying on-line.

(Please note salary is just a guide, depends on the experience of the candidate).

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