Private Practice

Corporate & Commercial Lawyer

Corporate & Commercial Lawyer

  • About the Firm: Lyons Davidson is a national law practice of around 900 employees operating from offices in Bristol, Solihull, Leeds, New Malden and Cardiff, and our associated practice in Edinburgh, Lyons Davidson Scotland LLP. We also have employees based in our onsite client offices in Folkestone and Whitstable.
  • About the role: This role offers a broad mix of Corporate and Commercial law work and will appeal to a lawyer seeking a genuine breadth of work and the opportunity to develop a range of skills.
  • Looking For: We are looking for a lawyer with around one to two years post qualification experience, or equivalent, with some corporate or commercial experience, who is keen to further develop their career, with clear progression opportunities.
  • Opportunities: The opportunities afforded to you will include, but not be limited to, teamwork on larger high value corporate transactions; taking responsibility for running smaller transactions; supporting client relationship management; and involvement in marketing initiatives and attendance at networking events.
  • And more: The successful candidate will assist the Partners on large transactions and will also be responsible for their own caseload of corporate and commercial work. The role offers a high level of responsibility and ‘hands on’ experience.

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