Private Practice

Associate - Corporate

  • This role provide the opportunity to work on high-value and often high-profile general corporate transactions, frequently with an international element.
  • You will work with Partners and associates in both Bristol, London and internationally, as part of a collegiate and supportive international group.
  • Ideally, you will have trained and qualified with a leading firm.
  • You will have both experience in and enthusiasm for complex, high value corporate transactions.
  • You will be an organised effective communicator with a flexible attitude to work and an eye for detail.

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