Company Commercial Solicitor
My client is an ambitious law firm which is expanding and keen to increase its already significant commercial offering. As such, the firm is seeking a hard-working and motivated solicitor to join the company commercial team in its newly-refurbished city centre office.
If successful then you will be handling a caseload of company commercial files for clients including sole traders, partners, directors and shareholders. You will work alone and alongside colleagues on a wide variety of business matters including sales, mergers, acquisitions and corporate reconstructions, as well as taking part in business development activities.
My client is looking to hear from candidates with a minimum of 2 years PQE and at least 75% of your current caseload being company commercial work, including commercial agreements, business reconstructions, sales, mergers and acquisitions.
The successful candidate will put quality work and customer service at the forefront of everything you do. As an exceptional verbal and written communicator, you will actively take part in business development.
It is essential that you are able to work within a team and able to work under supervision and take on board constructive criticism, yet also have a strong work ethic and be capable of taking responsibility and working alone where necessary.
This is an ambitious and driven firm and it is important that you share this drive and the desire to succeed.
On offer is a competitive salary that is dependent upon qualifications / experience and a contributory pension, free healthcare and other attractive staff benefits.
Apply now for consideration.
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