Corporate NQ Solicitor - Quality Work - No Billing Targets

QED Legal
£35000 - £40000 per annum
19 Sep 2023
17 Oct 2023
Nick Skelly
Job Title
Practice Area
Contract Type
Full Time
Fantastic opportunity to work for a boutique commercial practice in Lancashire and they are seeking a Corporate NQ to join their team, this role can offer:

  •  High Involvement on transactions
  •  Lots of flexibility / hybrid working
  •  No Billing Targets / KPI's
  •  28 Days Holiday + Bank Hols
  •  Lots of development
The role is specifically to work with a Corporate Partner on his caseload of complex matters & transactions, with the goal of getting you to handle your own caseload & clients within a short period of time. Training / Supervision will be offered on a daily basis as you will be working on a 1-2-1 basis with a Partner. There's a real mix of high quality work that is of city quality, with average deal value being in the £2.5million - £15million level.

The practice can offer long term security and will offer exposure to high calibre work. Crucially, the culture at this firm is one of the primary reasons for its continued success and is fundamental to its ability to attract the best talent around.  There is no "clocking in and out" and 

Salary for this role is based on existing your existing package and PQE level however as a smaller firm they are able to offer extra benefits like a flexible working patterns, a pleasant work/life balance and generous holiday allowance. For further information please contact Nick Skelly at QED Legal for a confidential chat.

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