Restructuring Solicitor NQ +

Recruiter
QED Legal
Location
Leeds
Salary
£61000 - £70000 per annum
Posted
06 May 2022
Closes
03 Jun 2022
Ref
BH-37273
Contact
Graham Rawlinson
Job Title
Solicitor
Practice Area
Insolvency
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Restructuring Solicitor NQ+

Leeds

QED Legal are keen to speak with junior non-contentious Insolvency and Restructuring Solicitors (NQ+) looking for a new challenge in Leeds city centre.

The role is at a commercial practice in the heart of the city who are market leaders in this area of law.

You will be working under a highly respected Restructuring and Insolvency Partner on a wide range of advisory matters.

Day to day you will provide advice to a wide range of clients, primarily financial institutions, corporate clients, accountants and Directors on matters such as distressed disposals, acquisitions and reorganisations. The team also work across other sectors including Energy, Tech and Retail too.

The firm are well known for being a highly successful global practice but with a focus on looking after and nurturing its junior lawyers.

The ideal fit for the team will be a junior lawyer at NQ level who has done a seat, or an extended seat in non-contentious restructuring work at either a large national/international practice, or a commercial regional or boutique practice with a strong reputation in insolvency work.

Salary is highly competitive with NQ’s looking at qualifying on a salary in excess of £60k with a raft of fantastic benefits.

If you would like to hear more about this opportunity please contact Graham Rawlinson at QED Legal for an informal and confidential chat

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