Corporate M&A Solicitor - Elite US City Law Firm

Recruiter
Taylor Root
Location
England, London
Salary
£150000 - £210000 per annum
Posted
25 Nov 2021
Closes
23 Dec 2021
Ref
PR/200220
Contact
Sandra Pavlou
Job Title
Solicitor
Practice Area
Corporate
PQE Level
2-4
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Full Time

An outstanding opportunity has arisen at our client, a top US City law firm for an interim corporate M&A Solicitor for 6 months. The role has arisen as the team is experiencing a busy caseload.

The corporate M&A practice is highly rated in the Legal 500, and you will join an impressive team working closely with two exceptional partners. The firm acts on behalf of an excellent portfolio of clients in the technology, financial services, telecoms, and energy sectors.

The successful Corporate M&A Solicitor is likely to have a relevant Corporate MA& background gained at a Top 100 or US/international law firm. The firm is open to the level of PQE. Private Equity experience is an advantage, but is not essential.

This is a fantastic chance to join a truly entrepreneurial law firm offering a highly attractive salary and benefits package. The role is due to start in December or January.

To apply for this excellent corporate M&A Solicitor role, please send your CV ASAP, or contact Sandra Pavlou in confidence.

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