Private Practice

Corporate Finance Solicitor

Corporate Finance Solicitor

  • About the Firm: We are a leading international legal business with over 2,400 colleagues and a diverse range of capabilities.
  • About the role: The team is looking to recruit an additional solicitor with corporate experience to help support its plans for further, profitable growth.
  • Looking for: We are looking to secure your excellent relationship and client handling skills, and your ability to deal confidently and professionally with clients on day to day issues.
  • Opportunities: The opportunities you’ll be afforded will include working as part of a team on a wide range of corporate transactions, supporting partners and associates on the full range of transactional work streams. You will have wide opportunities to work directly with clients and their other advisers (e.g. financial and tax).
  • And more: You will be able to demonstrate a track record of dealing with larger corporate clients and in-house Counsel with a breadth of experience.

DAC Beachcroft LLP

DAC Beachcroft LLP is a leading international legal business with offices across Europe, Asia Pacific and Latin America.

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