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Corporate PSL

Job description

Top 50 National firm is seeking to recruit a further Professional Support Lawyer to join its Corporate team, either based in Nottingham or Birmingham. This opportunity is for a Professional Support lawyer with experience in either a PSL capacity, or as an experienced corporate solicitor.

As a Professional Support Lawyer in this team, you will have the chance to step away from traditional fee earning and move into a more internal facing position. Whilst you will still be exposed to clients, your remit will include knowledge updated, delivery of training internal and external, supporting corporate colleagues with legal queries, preparing tenders and updating of precedents and legal documents.

This position is perfect for a candidate who:

  • Is experienced Corporate Solicitor or existing Corporate PSL
  • Has strong communication skills
  • Has experience of delivering training and presentation
  • Is keen to step away from a fee earning position

On offer is a chance to work for one of the leading firms nationally, offering flexible and hybrid working opportunities. In addition you'll receive a competitive salary and benefits package.

If you wish to apply for the position of Professional Support Lawyer within the corporate team, please contact Emma Delli-Bovi for more information.

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