Commercial Solicitor (3-5 PQE)

Location
England, Dorset
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
07 Apr 2021
Closes
05 May 2021
Ref
CJJ921938626
Contact
Christopher Jenkinson
Job Title
Solicitor
Practice Area
Company / Commercial
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Commercial Solicitor (3-5 PQE)

Top Tier Legal 500-recognised Team

Dorset

Chadwick Nott have recently received instruction from our client, a modern and highly-respected law frim in Bournemouth. Due to a series of excellent client wins and on the back of an excellent financial year, the firm is seeking to add to their top tier-rated (Legal 500) commercial team with a talented Solicitor of between 3 and 5 years' PQE (please note, the range is only indicative of level, the client will consider candidates of higher PQE).

The successful candidate will be joining a high quality, collaborative and supportive team, covering the full remit of commercial law autonomously and working alongside a Partner who is recognised as a 'Leading Individual'.

The work will involve drafting a wide range of contracts, including terms and conditions, joint venture agreements and outsourcing arrangements. Work will also include IT contracts, e-commerce and distribution agreements as well as advising on intellectual property rights and data protection.

This is an excellent opportunity, either for someone already located in Dorset (or nearby) and looking to advance their career, or someone looking to relocate to the stunning south coast and continue to manage a very high quality of work.

 

Chadwick Nott Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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