Enfranchisement Partner - no following required

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England, London, City of London
16 Apr 2021
14 May 2021
JN -042021-177773
Oscar Lawrenson
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Contract Type
Full Time
This fast growing law firm, based in London, is looking to hire an experienced enfranchisement specialist in as a partner - without the need to bring a following. You will be inheriting a healthy workload from an experienced partner as part of succession planning. This is an extremely rare opportunity to join at a senior level without the expectations of clients coming with you, though of course any following will be looked on favourably when it comes to remuneration.

The firm has a friendly culture. Although growing rapidly with hires and M&A, they are still careful about who they join with to maintain the happy working environment. Remuneration is very competitive and you will have the opportunity to really grow this department.

The ideal candidate will be an experienced expert in enfranchisement whether a partner already, or an ambitious senior associate wishing to join as partner.

Any reference to PQE is only a guide. Anyone with the necessary skills to succeed may apply.

Badenoch + Clark acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. Badenoch + Clark UK is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

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