Private Practice
  • About the Firm: PwC is the No 1 professional services network in the world with more than 230,000 professionals operating in 158 countries.
  • About the role: Due to increasing demand we are looking to expand our in-house Counselling/Contracting team by adding another lawyer (at least 5 PQE).
  • Looking For: We are looking to secure your minimum of 5 years’ experience in providing legal advice, either within an in-house environment or within law firms working with clients in the commercial and contracting space, and ideally with your working knowledge of corporate transactions.
  • Opportunities: The opportunities available to you include but are not limited to, advising on and negotiating a wide range of contracts with our clients or to establish joint business relationships for the delivery of PwC’s products and services; and advising on alliance agreements - your experience with agreements with technology partners, including reseller and subcontracting arrangements would be an advantage.
  • And more: You will have access to the broad range of training and developmental opportunities available to staff at PwC and will come in to a defined career structure. PwC actively encourages the development of its staff and on-going training and development is embedded within the day to day.

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