Junior Corporate Commercial Solicitor

Location
Exeter
Salary
£27000 - £40000 per annum, Benefits: Benefits Package
Posted
17 Feb 2021
Closes
17 Mar 2021
Ref
1035961-1-PN-7
Contact
Paul Norman
Job Title
Solicitor
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
This established Legal 500 firm is now looking to recruit into their business services team.

It is anticipated you will have between 0-3 years of experience within corporate commercial law.

You will work closely alongside a reputed partner who will guide and mentor you. Your caseload will include advising mainly owner managed businesses and partnerships. You will advise on Mergers & Acquisitions, asset and share purchase agreements, management buy-Ins & buyouts, joint ventures, restructuring and partnership formations.

There will also be the opportunity to assist on larger matters involving international investors and liaise closely with colleagues in the tax, employment and real estate teams in order to get your clients deals over the line.

This is a reputed firm, but not a national law firm. You may therefore find that your caseload is far broader, and you are given much more responsibility early on, than you may gain at a larger firm.

Join this busy team and continue to thrive within corporate and commercial law. In this small team you will progress quickly.

Supportive culture and excellent benefits on offer. Excellent salary.

For more information click on apply now to send your CV through or call Paul Norman for more info on this and other vacancies across the South West region.

*Please note salary is intended as a guide only*

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