Private Practice

NQ Banking Associate

NQ Banking Associate

  • Ashurst are currently seeking a newly-qualified lawyer with Banking experience from a leading law firm
  • Our banking practice is recognised as one of the most innovative and solution-orientated legal practices today
  • You would typically act on all elements of a financing, from term sheet stage through to closing and post-closing
  • You will require experience of drafting, reviewing and negotiating legal documents and agreements in a private practice
  • Ashurst has an established Associate Career Path Framework, clearly defining expectations and outlining opportunities

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