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Charities and Social Ventures Lawyer

Charities and Social Ventures Lawyer

  • About the team: Do you want to join a team who are leading the way through their innovative approach to how they work together and with clients?
  • About the role: As well as working with exciting clients, you will get involved in business development and networking opportunities from the outset.
  • Looking for: As most of our charity clients are complex, corporate organisations, we are particularly interested to hear from those with corporate and/or commercial experience they would like to use for the greater good.
  • Opportunities: You will 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 are happy to (re)train you in charity law, regulation and governance.

Taylor Vinters LLP

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