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Tax Lawyer

Tax Lawyer

  • Our Corporate Tax team is expanding and we are excited to offer a tax professional the opportunity to work alongside our qualified lawyers.
  • We are known for our collaborative approach so you can expect to work on a wide range of transactions from major M&A work to employment-related matters and, everything in between.
  • You will need to be willing to travel to meet the needs of our clients but could choose to be based predominantly in our Bristol, London or (with effect from mid-2019) Edinburgh offices.
  • You will have previous tax advisory experience.
  • You will be a skilled communicator, able to build and maintain relationships both with clients, your immediate team and the wider firm.

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