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Junior/Mid-Level Debt Capital Markets Lawyer

Junior/Mid-Level Debt Capital Markets Lawyer

  • Clifford Chance are pioneers with unrivalled knowledge of the market and we have helped to shape market practice. moreover, you will work on ground breaking deals for top tier clients.
  • We offer unrivalled training and development, both in terms of technical expertise and broader business skills, additionally we offer all our lawyers opportunity for secondment, whether to one of our overseas offices or to a London based client.
  • You will have some understanding of drafting key bond documentation, including terms and conditions, subscription agreements, prospectuses, opinions and other documents.
  • You will have first class legal ability coupled with a practical commercial approach, excellent drafting and communication skills, and the ability to work to tight deadlines and enjoy being part of a diverse and outgoing team.
  • You will be an organised and effective communicator who is client focussed, and able to produce commercial and innovative solutions.

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