Corporate Solicitor

6 days left

£52k - 70k per year + Benefits Package
26 Mar 2024
23 Apr 2024
Chris Rodriguez
Job Title
Contract Type
Full Time

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an ambitious Corporate Solicitor (3-8 years’ PQE) to join an expanding Legal 100 law firm at Associate/Senior Associate level, where there are genuine prospects for career progression in a well-regarded corporate department based in Southampton.

There is flexibility in the role where your week will be split between remote home working and office based. 

This leading Legal 100 law firm is looking to hire a Corporate Solicitor in the prominent corporate team. Clients include household brand names as well as local, regional, and national clients. You will be able to handle your own caseload dealing with a wide range of clients that include private companies and their owners in relation to M&A, equity funding and general corporate structuring work as well as HNW deals acting for large national or international businesses. You will have experience in business development activities to build client relationships.

This Southampton based role for a Corporate Associate/Senior Associate Solicitor will involve: 

  • Running your own busy caseload from day one  
  • Genuine clear career path to progress from the outset 
  • Be active in business development in gaining new clients and grow your own caseload 

My client is eager to shortlist for interviews as soon as possible, so please send your CV to Chris Rodriguez at G2 Legal by applying online or contact me confidentially. 

(Please note that the salary is just a guideline).


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