Private Practice

Commercial Associate

Commercial Associate

  • About the team: Geldards is one of the UK's leading law firms. We advise clients in the private and public sector from our offices in Cardiff, Derby, London and Nottingham.
  • About the role: The role will involve providing high quality legal services and advice to existing clients, ensuring the Firm remains profitable by engaging in and developing new business.
  • Looking for: Strong experience in commercial law is essential.
  • Opportunities: For the right candidate, we are offering the opportunity to be involved in high-profile, excellent client work and to develop long-term relationships with clients.
  • And more: Candidates must possess previous experience in a similar role, accurate typing skills and have excellent attention to detail. The ideal applicant will also have the ability to work under pressure using their own initiative.

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