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Corporate Lawyer - Partner or Partner Designate

Accordia Recruitment Limited
St. Albans, UK
Closing date
22 Jan 2021

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Great career opportunity for a Corporate Commercial Lawyer to join a Company Commercial Team at a LEGAL 500 ranked full service regional law firm in the Herts, Beds & Bucks region as a partner or partner designate.

The firm and role:

The firm already has an established corporate commercial law practice (currently consisting of two partner and other lawyers) and is looking to recruit a corporate commercial lawyer to join their company commercial team as a partner or partner designate to assist with the development of the team and practice area. This is a great career opportunity to join one of the leading law firms in the region which is ranked for a number of practice areas in the LEGAL 500.

This well established North Home Counties based law firm provides a wide range of both business and personal legal services.

Candidates will need to have strong technical skills in corporate and commercial law, such as:
  • M&A
  • joint ventures; and
  • commercial contracts.

The role will also include taking an active involvement in business development and building the firm's company commercial law practice further.

Apply Now:

For further information on this corporate commercial lawyer role (and other corporate lawyer and/ or commercial lawyer roles) please contact Robert Davidson at Accordia Legal or apply for this role.

Any PQE indicated in this advertisement is intended for guidance only and does not preclude applications from those with more or less PQE.

Accordia Legal is a trading name of Accordia Recruitment Limited.

Accordia Recruitment Limited is acting as an Employment Agency with respect to this vacancy.
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