Corporate & Commercial Partner

Location
Devizes
Salary
Competitive + Benefits
Posted
28 Apr 2021
Closes
26 May 2021
Ref
959695-7-EG-17
Contact
Eleanor Geary
Job Title
Partner
PQE Level
10+, 5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
This is a great opportunity to join a legal 500 firm based in Wiltshire at partner level as a critical hire.  

You will ideally be a solicitor who is at Senior Associate or Partner level in your current role. You will be taking the lead on company commercial fee-earning work, dealing with existing clients and using business development activities to grow the client base. 
 
You will be looking after a range of commercial clients, which will include everything from large regional and national businesses to clients in the local area. This team is very dynamic, with vast expertise across commercial, corporate, regulatory and employment areas.
 
This role would be suited to someone who also has solid corporate mergers and acquisitions experience, along with experience of leading a small team. 
 
This is an exciting opportunity to join a local firm in Wiltshire, dealing with a lot of high net worth clients and high quality work, much of which is fed through from London.  
 
If you want to cut down your commute without sacrificing the quality of work, this could be the perfect opening for you.
 
Competitive salary and package on offer. Immediate Zoom interview for suitable candidates.
 
Apply now, or get in touch for a confidential discussion by contacting Eleanor Geary at G2 Legal.
 
*Please note - salary has been generated by G2legal for guidance only*

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