Corporate Partner/Partner Designate

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Origin Legal
London (Central), London (Greater)
£90-120K + Bonus
20 May 2024
17 Jun 2024
Job Title
Practice Area
Company / Commercial
PQE Level
10+, 5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Full Time

Large Legal 500 regional Law firm, that have recently opened a London office, close to Liverpool Street, wish to recruit a Senior Lawyer or Partner to develop their corporate practice. Salary £90-£120K approx.

The firm are an exciting place to work, taking strides to grow its depth and reach. it is dedicated to training and developing and is committed to providing outstanding client care, which is demonstrated by its enviable portfolio of business and personal clients.

They now strive to grow their reach further and are looking for someone that can assist them to grow the new London offering and provide additional depth to the Team’s experience, with the benefit of support from the existing Team.

They are interested in candidates looking for greater work life balance that might prefer to split their time between London or their home. The development of specialist sector interests will be supported where they align with the Team’s offering.

The successful candidate will join a highly driven and successful team and be supported to develop our corporate and banking capabilities and will have experience in:


  • Buying and selling businesses and companies
  • Restructures/mergers/demergers
  • Corporate finance/ private equity / venture capital investments
  • Joint Ventures
  • Security and lending  
  • Partnerships and LLPs
  • Business Law and corporate administration



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