Private Practice

Senior Solicitor - Corporate

Senior Solicitor - Corporate

  • You will take the lead on a wide range of transactions including share acquisitions and disposals.
  • You will be working with domestic entrepreneurial and growth businesses.
  • You will take a lead role in taking client instructions and work with and supervise colleagues on various projects
  • You must be able to interpret instructions correctly and act upon them.
  • Your experience of private company M&A and general corporate work is essential.

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