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AG Integrate - Interim Commercial Lawyer

AG Integrate - Interim Commercial Lawyer

  • We are currently looking for experienced commercial solicitors to join AG Integrate.
  • We have a number of clients seeking general commercial support for an interim period with a focus on commercial contracts and providing a broad range of general legal advice for the business.
  • You can expect to join a top-quality in-house team in a well-known company. These roles are expected to last at least 3 months and are open to junior (2+ PQE) and more qualified consultants (10+ PQE).
  • AG Integrate is a more flexible approach to legal resourcing and is for ambitious legal professionals who are seeking an alternative to the traditional employment model.
  • As an AG Integrate commercial lawyer you can also expect additional advantages such as being covered by our professional indemnity insurance alongside access to our experienced PSLs and research & knowledge services – this gives you the best support whilst working on assignments.

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