Commercial Solicitor (Fixed Term Contract) - Leeds

20 Jul 2017
17 Aug 2017
Gemma Crossley
Practice area
Company and commercial
Full time
Contract type
Commercial Solicitor (Fixed Term Contract) - Leeds

Our client, one of the UK's most successful private practice law firms, are currently seeking to recruit a commercial solicitor to join their Leeds team. This private practice law firm have an excellent regional and national reputation for their work across all disciplines and are recognised in the Legal 500.

This role will provide the successful candidate the opportunity to work with an enviable client base, providing advice on a full range of commercial contracts matters across a range of industries.

This role would suit an ambitious and innovative commercial solicitor who is keen to further develop their practice in commercial law with one of the regions leading teams. In particular, commercial solicitors that have particular experience of working in-house would be of great interest to this firm as you will be working in partnership with in-house teams within client businesses.

The ideal commercial solicitor for this role will have trained at a leading national commercial practice and will have had good exposure to all aspects of commercial contracts work including negotiating and drafting a wide range of commercial agreements with suppliers.

To be considered for this role you will be a commercial solicitor at around the 3+ PQE level. Applications are also welcome from candidates that may have trained and qualified into a commercial contracts role but have practised in a different area of law over recent years, and are seeking a return to this type of work.
Florit Brooke advertisements use PQE levels purely as a guide to the level of experience required for the role and this does not prohibit applications from candidates who are able to demonstrate the necessary skills and experience. We aim to respond to enquiries as soon as possible but if we have not contacted you within 5 days then unfortunately on this occasion your application has not quite met the requirements of our client closely enough.