Private Practice
  • Fantastic opening for an experienced Lawyer to join our Finance team in Belfast as Legal Manager
  • Our Finance team provide transactional support to the HSF Finance teams based in London, Paris and Singapore
  • Your varied duties will include supervising Solicitors, Solicitors & Trainees, and carrying out "first-level reviews"
  • You'll have 5+ yr's PQE in a Corporate area, although exceptional candidates with less than 5 yrs will be considered
  • You'll act as a role model to colleagues, promoting teamwork by contributing to team efforts

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