Commercial Lawyer - Manchester
Commercial Lawyer – Manchester
Experienced Commercial Solicitor required for a new role within a top-rated team and national firm, to be based in Manchester, Leeds or Liverpool.
The firm are a full service commercial practice who have been through an exciting phase of sustained growth which has cemented their place as one of the top UK law firms. Their Commercial offering is second to none acting for clients across sectors including telecoms, high street retailers and industry-leading brands.
Due to expansion they are looking to recruit an experienced Commercial Solicitor to the team in Manchester. They could also accommodate in the Leeds or Liverpool office.
They are looking to speak to qualified Solicitors with a minimum of 2PQE in Commercial, with your training and experience ideally gained at a leading city, national or recognised regional firm.
It is essential that you have the core skills, quality and versatility to work on any type of commercial matter. The work is varied and includes Commercial Contracts, Data Protection and Information Law, EU and Competition Law, Intellectual Property Law and Licensing, Local and Central Government Governance, Public Procurement, Outsourcing, and Technology Media and Telecoms work.
This is a great opportunity to join an expanding and well-regarded firm, who can offer you exceptional career and personal development opportunities. Competitive salary and package.
Should you wish to discuss this role, or other similar opportunities, please contact Geoff Baines for a confidential conversation.
(t) 0161 3000 750
(m) 07887 492 501
Please note that CapeClarke advertisements use PQE levels purely as a guide to the level of experience required for the role and this does not prohibit applications from candidates who are able to demonstrate the necessary skills and experience. We will aim to respond to your enquiry as soon as possible but CapeClarke does receive a high number of applications and if we have not contacted you within 5 days, your application has not met the requirements of our client.