Private Practice

Corporate Solicitor 1-5 yr PQE

Corporate Solicitor 1-5 yr PQE

  • Great opportunity to develop a career with a boutique corporate and IT firm with city clients but with quality of life
  • UK and International deals mainly in the £2M to £20M range. See our website for client testimonials
  • M&A sales, purchases, restructuring and demergers. Secured lending, fundraising, investments and employee share schemes
  • Full time role. Strong corporate background since qualification. Good academics and great client communication skills.
  • Competitive salary for Thames Valley region. Bonus scheme, BUPA, Pension, Life Insurance and 25 days holiday

Moorcrofts LLP

As a boutique firm, we focus on corporate and contract law, tech law, employment (including employee incentivisation) and commercial property – that’s all.

Number of Lawyers: 18+

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