Private Practice
  • You will be in our corporate Know-How Team & will have particular will help supporting our Public M&A practice.
  • Produce & maintain high quality documents to provide partners & associates with cost effective & timely precedents.
  • Prepare updates in line with legal developments to inform colleagues and clients of implications.
  • Required: corporate legal knowledge, experience of advising on Public M&A transactions & knowledge of the Takeover Code.
  • The role offers flexibility & good work/life balance & this particular role can be either full time or four days a week.

Allen & Overy LLP

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