The Firm: This firm is an independent London-based law firm with a high-profile client base from around the world. They are known for the quality of their work, with the ability to handle the full range of corporate and commercial matters. The firm has a partner-led approach which enables them to give their clients a more personal service underpinned by the highest standards of commitment.
The Role: The opportunity is for a solicitor with at least 3 years' PQE to join their Corporate and M&A group. Due to their partner-led approach enables you to learn and develop through working closely with a senior member of the team.
The firms Corporate and M&A practice consists of 20 partners, 46 solicitors, 15 trainee solicitors and 15 paralegals. They have promoted six partners in the last four years and expect this growth to continue.
The practice advises clients on domestic and cross border public and private transactions as well as on governance and regulatory issues. They cover from large ground-breaking to mid-market transactions which range in both size and complexity. They also handle the most complex and demanding equity capital markets work for their clients.
The expectation is that you will work closely with your clients and assume real responsibility, as well as to participate in client and business development activities. The importance of development the firm places on their associates has allowed them to develop their excellent reputation they have for producing strong lawyers.
Requirements: The opportunity is for a solicitor with at least 3 years' PQE to join their Corporate and M&A group. Due to their partner-led approach enables you to learn and develop through working closely with a senior member of the team. You will need to have solid experience in Corporate and M&A and ideally will have experience from a Top 50 Law Firm.
Salary: The salary on offer is dependent on experience and comes with excellent company benefits.
If you would be interested in the opportunity, then please follow the links to apply or alternatively you can contact Matt Walwyn on (url removed)