Corporate Commercial Solicitor

2 days left

£60k - 80k per year + Benefits Package
24 May 2024
21 Jun 2024
Chris Rodriguez
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Contract Type
Full Time

This established law firm in North Hampshire is looking to appoint an experienced Corporate & Commercial Solicitor for their growing department, where you will need 6+ years post qualification experience and be able to run your own caseload as well as supervision and training of junior members of the team, in this is a critical hire due to retirement.

As a Corporate & Commercial Solicitor in this successful team, you will be able to develop business in order to build up your own caseload. You must demonstrate detailed knowledge and technical expertise on a range of corporate & commercial work, including commercial contracts, M&A, company and business sales, company restructures, Joint ventures, IP, refinancing and cross-border transactions.

The firm provides comprehensive corporate and commercial services to businesses of all sizes (new business start-ups, SMEs, large national and international organisations, FTSE 100 companies and some charitable organisations).

This forward-thinking practice offers a competitive salary, bonus opportunities, comprehensive benefits package and realistic career development opportunities.

Hybrid working is on offer to all staff. 

Part time will also be considered.

If you are a Corporate & Commercial Solicitor and would like to work for this established law firm, then please apply now to be considered or call Chris Rodriguez at G2 Legal in complete confidence.

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

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