Private Practice
  • A forward-thinking, Legal 500 Law firm, we are looking to recruit a Corporate Solicitor to join our Company Commercial Team.
  • The successful applicant will have a positive and creative approach to client relations and business development and be confident in marketing and networking, building and maintaining strong relationships with clients and professional contacts.
  • Experience and expertise is essential on all areas of business law, including commercial agreements and contracts, mergers and acquisitions, restructures, international agreements, intellectual property, competition, consumer and e-commerce law.
  • You will take on and look to expand a caseload of quality corporate/commercial work, and continue to build strong relationships with clients and professional contacts through marketing and networking.
  • We provide services to some of the largest and most exciting regional companies who rely on our advice on complex matters of high value. This is a reflection of the relationships that the team has built over the years.
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Spratt Endicott

We offer the highest levels of client service, value and legal expertise. Our success continues to attract key individuals from large City practices, further improving the firm’s ability to meet our clients’ needs.

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