Corporate Commercial Solicitor | London | 2 PQE

5 days left

Location
England, London
Salary
£45000 - £55000 per annum
Posted
02 Feb 2021
Closes
02 Mar 2021
Ref
48164
Contact
Matthew Walwyn
Job Title
Solicitor
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Corporate Commercial Associate Solicitor| Contract Basis | Central London

Our client, a professional legal practice is seeking to recruit an experienced and enthusiastic Company Commercial Solicitor to join their team on a maternity cover basis lasting 10 months starting from January 2021. The firm are located in Central London.

The ideal Solicitor will be a minimum of 2+ years PQE with experience of private company and asset sales and acquisitions, joint venture / shareholder agreements, commercial contracts and private company reorganisations (share buy backs).

You will have the ability to manage a complex caseload from inception to completion with the ability to follow procedures in accordance with firms standards.

This opportunity is a 10 month contract however there is the possibility to go permanent. Flexible working is also available.

The salary for this role is negotiable depending on experience.

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