Private Practice
  • Our corporate team in London is looking for a 1+ PQE associate who trained with and is now working at either a City firm or a major regional practice.
  • Candidates should have strong academics and exposure to a broad range of corporate transactional work.
  • Ideally they will also have some experience of or interest in venture capital work, including the drafting of investment agreements and ‘VC style’ articles of association.
  • The team is involved in a good mix of corporate work, primarily in the technology sector, weighted equally between M&A transactional work and venture capital fundraising, and acts both for investee companies and institutional investors in London and across the South.
  • Excellent support and progression opportunities are on offer.

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