Commercial Solicitor - Partnership Prospects

Recruiter
QED Legal
Location
Manchester
Salary
£50000 - £60000 per annum
Posted
08 Apr 2021
Closes
06 May 2021
Ref
BH-31905
Contact
Nick Skelly
Job Title
Solicitor
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
This niche Manchester based law firm are seeking a Senior Solicitor with 6+ Year PQE Solicitor to join their well respected firm and help to deal with complex work as well as assist with the practice growth & development. 

There is an excellent and broad range of quality commercial work across a wide range of sectors to include corporate, commercial litigation, commercial contracts, trademarks and aspects of commercial employment law.

Working alongside a Senior Partner you will become an integral part of the team right away and will enjoy a lot of direct client contact with key clients of the firm as well as contribute to building the department further by getting actively involved in the business development activities of the firm and the department.

Attractive benefits package will be offered including a ability to work remotely, flexible working and an autonomous role. This firm have a fantastic ethos and place emphasis on work quality over quantity and therefore you will have a large in say regarding the type of work you deal with. Salary will be in excess of £50,000.

This is a fantastic opportunity to join as a Senior Solicitor / Partner and immediately put your impression on a department & firm that are looking to grow in the near future. 

For further details and information please contact Nick Skelly at QED Legal for a confidential chat.

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