Corporate/Commercial Lawyer 2-5 pqe

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Location
England, Cheshire
Salary
£35000.00 - £52000.00 per annum
Posted
27 Jul 2017
Closes
24 Aug 2017
Ref
3062286
Contact
Oliver Gibbon
PQE
2 years
Position
Solicitor
Hours
Full time
Contract type
Permanent

Corporate/commercial role with well placed Cheshire law firm.

Your new company

This law firm has a very good commercial pedigree and has a rated corporate/commercial department.

Your new role

This corporate/commercial role is for a lawyer with 2+ years' pqe to join an established and thriving team. The role will enable you to handle a broad range of corporate transactions as well as commercial matters. The depth of the client base means that you can expect to enjoy a very good quality of work.


What you'll need to succeed

You should be a corporate/commercial lawyer with 2+ years' pqe with good client facing skills and a desire to play an internal fee earning role as well as an external business development role.


What you'll get in return

This an opportunity to join a progressive firm in an attractive location. There is a very competitive salary and benefits package on offer.



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