Charities lawyer NQ – 2 years’ PQE LONDON

Location
London (Central), London (Greater)
Salary
to £65,000
Posted
08 Jun 2024
Closes
06 Jul 2024
Ref
NL005048
Job Title
Lawyer
Practice Area
Charities
PQE Level
2-4, NQ
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Directories-listed Charities law department in London is looking to recruit a Charities lawyer of 0 to 2 years’ PQE. Clients include some of the most prominent fundraising charities as well as medium-sized and start-up charities, individual philanthropists and corporate foundations. The work will be varied and would suit someone with charity law or corporate/ commercial experience who is enthusiastic about developing new areas of expertise and working within the charity sector. The role is for a junior solicitor to work on charity governance and commercial matters. This is an opportunity to take on a broad and varied role which will include setting up new charities, drafting and amending governing documents, providing advice on company and charity law, assisting with charity mergers or incorporations and advising on commercial contracts. Specific experience advising charities is not a prerequisite, but a real interest in the charity sector and a willingness to learn and engage in business development is essential. Our client is open to applications from anyone with a genuine interest in charities sector, including people with relevant in-house experience, and people who have come to law as a second career. All lawyers in the team are given support to develop their career and are involved in shaping department strategy.

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