Corporate Commercial Solicitor

£40000 - £60000 per annum, Benefits: Benefits Package
27 Apr 2021
25 May 2021
Gayle Woolf
Job Title
PQE Level
2-4, NQ
Contract Type
Full Time
Our client is a leading law firm in Oxford with a national reputation for handling commercial and personal legal for a wide range of individuals, businesses, institutions and third sector organisations.

The firm’s highly regarded Corporate Commercial Department is seeking a 0-3 years PQE Solicitor to join the team.

The department consists of over 30 Business Services Lawyers across all of the firm’s 12 offices. They are mostly involved in mainstream Private Company M&A deal sizes £1m-£50m, acting for both buyers and sellers, MBOs & MBIs, Shareholders Agreements, Restructurings and Banking Work for an array of sectors, including life sciences, technology, logistics, financial services, retail, drinks, hospitality and leisure. 

The successful candidate would be involved in all aspects of the work together with supporting firm-wide projects and gaining experience with other teams within the Corporate Group. 

An interest in and experience of company restructurings, working with start-ups and private equity would be advantageous. 

The work will encompass:
  • Management buyouts/buyins (MBOs/MBIs)
  • Purchase and sale of assets Share acquisitions and sales
  • AIM
In return, the firm will offer you a stimulating environment and high-quality work, along with excellent remuneration and company benefits. They pride themselves on excellence whilst providing a friendly team environment. 

To apply with your CV, please email Gayle Woolf at G2 Legal.

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