Private Practice
  • Addleshaw Goddard are currently seeking a Commercial Associate (1-3 years' PQE) to join our team in Leeds
  • Our Commercial group has teams across each AG office working together on national and cross-border transactions
  • You will take responsibility as an advisor on a range matters, in addition to working as part of a team
  • Your focus will be to build relationships with clients and to handle all of their commercial needs
  • The ideal candidate will have wide ranging experience, including of the retail and consumer sector

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