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Charities and Social Ventures Associate / Senior Associate

Charities and Social Ventures Associate / Senior Associate

  • About the Firm: Taylor Vinters is an international law firm supporting the businesses and non-profit organisations which drive the innovation economy, and the entrepreneurs, philanthropists and private wealth that underpin them.
  • The Role: We are looking for an Associate or Senior Associate (4-6 PQE) to join our Charities and Social Ventures team in our London office.
  • Looking For: Among your myriad skills we are looking to secure your experience of helping charities and social ventures to manage governance, regulatory and/or commercial risks, and have some experience of supervising more junior colleagues.
  • Opportunities: As well as working with exciting clients, you will get involved in business development and networking opportunities from the outset, and have every opportunity to drive your career forward in an environment in which you can rapidly develop your skills and knowledge with great support and real autonomy.
  • And more: We help charities and social ventures across the full lifecycle – from start-up, to operations, to wind-up. Including fundraising, contracts, data, policies, people and property – with an integrated and efficient service. Our sweet spots include technology, science, healthcare charities and digital / innovative projects and collaborations. We also love to work internationally, either bringing ideas into the UK, or setting up projects overseas.

Taylor Vinters LLP

Taylor Vinters is an international law firm supporting the businesses which drive the innovation economy, and the entrepreneurs and private wealth that underpin them.

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