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Corporate Commercial Solicitor

Job description

Progressive regional firm has a new opening to suit an ambitious Corporate Commercial Solicitor to join their L500 rated team.

Our client has a leading reputation for corporate and commercial law and is home to a team which handles quality transactional work (including company acquisitions, mergers, demergers, MBOs/MBIs and joint ventures) as well as commercial contracts and company law work.

Due to increasing demand, the partners are keen to appoint a solicitor with corporate and/or corporate/commercial experience gained with another recognised corporate team. This role would suit a lawyer practising in the local market or you may be based elsewhere but with plans to base yourself in Essex.

You may be an NQ solicitor (perhaps qualified in 2023 or due to qualify this year with at least one corporate and/or commercial seat under your belt) or you may be recently qualified with around 2 years PQE and looking for a better platform to develop your corporate experience.

Benefit from close support and supervision in this role as well as from great flexibility, access to quality work from the outset and with the licence to develop your client skills to become a well rounded specialist corporate commercial lawyer.

For more details or to apply please contact Jon on 07391 052388 or email

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