Private Practice

International Tax & Trusts Lawyer

International Tax & Trusts Lawyer

  • About the firm: We advise (ultra-) high-net-worth individuals, UK and international families, business owners, entrepreneurs, family businesses, family offices and landed estates.
  • About the role: As an International Tax and Trusts Lawyer at Burges Salmon, you will advise clients resident in the UK but domiciled elsewhere and clients not resident in the UK on all aspects of UK taxation.
  • Looking for: You will have recent and relevant Private Client work experience focused on international tax and trusts.
  • Opportunities: You will have recent and relevant Private Client work experience focused on international tax and trusts.
  • And more: While other law-firms also offer private-client services, we believe what makes us different is that the TTF team is a core part of a top-50 commercial law firm.

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