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Professional Support Lawyer, 3-month FTC

Professional Support Lawyer, 3-month FTC

  • We are looking for a Professional Support Lawyer or Knowledge Lawyer to work within our Legal Operational Support Team, reporting into the Legal Project Manager.
  • The role will provide support to the Corporate and CTO teams in respect of key document precedents and a project to move to a shared system for automation of drafting such documents for both teams.
  • The role will be ideally full-time for 3 months with potential for extension. The candidate will be based in the London office, with some scope to work flexibly/remotely.
  • You'll collect precedents and examples of previous Share Purchase Agreements and Services Agreements created by Corporate and CTO teams.
  • Furthermore, you'll review and discuss drafting practices for such documents with lawyers.

Reynolds Porter Chamberlain LLP

RPC is a professional services firm based in the UK and Asia. We look at businesses from every angle, applying smart thinking to deliver commercial solutions.

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