Private Practice

Associate, Corporate, Japan Practice

Associate, Corporate, Japan Practice

  • About the Firm: Ashurst is a leading global law firm with a history spanning almost 200 years, and clear strategy for our future growth.
  • About the role: We are currently looking for a Japanese qualified Corporate M&A lawyer to join our Japanese desk in the London office. The candidate should be at junior associate level and have worked for a large Japanese law firm.
  • Looking for: You would typically act on all elements of general corporate work from term sheet stage, through to closing and post-closing. Your specific areas of responsibility will initially be to review term sheets, draft and negotiate SPAs and other ancillary agreements, draft legal opinions, managing conditions precedent and ensuring a smooth process to transaction close.
  • Opportunities: At Ashurst, you'll have the opportunity to work in an environment that encourages learning and excellence with some of London's leading professionals. You will also have a range of social, sporting and health benefits available to you.
  • And more: Our Japanese team has a track record of successfully managing large and complex multi-jurisdictional transactions and projects.

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