This Magic Circle Law firm advises some of the world’s leading companies on their most challenging transactions. The firm has a global presence with offices in the major financial capitals of the world.

The group has lawyers with expertise which include: capital markets, Private M&A, Private Equity and general corporate advisory. This mix allows the firm to work with clients on some of the most innovative, complex, and high-profile transactions in the market. It is a cutting-edge finance group.

In London, the Corporate Group is the largest, and most profitable, in the firm’s global network. The firm expects you to be collegiate, open, and passionate about supporting your team.

Responsibilities

  • Exceptional drafting skills (The ability to draft beyond precedents is essential)
  • The ability to understand the commercial objectives of the client
  • A willingness to accept the challenge of learning about UK law
  • You will be in a client-facing role
  • The ability to work with, and lead, teams when necessary

About You

  • Admitted as a lawyer in Australia
  • At least 3 years post-admission experience
  • Experience gained at a top tier or international law firm
  • Experience in Corporate Law, Private Equity experience would be beneficial
  • Motivated, Commercially minded, and collegiate

The Opportunity

This is an excellent opportunity to make the move to one of the leading law firms in London to work on market-leading transactions. It will be, at the very least, a fantastic career-building role. The firm will pay for any VISA or relocation that may be required. The remuneration package is exceptional and at the top end of London market rates.

If you would like additional information please contact us at Tom@egconsulting.com.au or via (+61) 0420 880 835

Apply now

To Apply please contact Thomas Eckardt on +612 9043 8734 or via email at tom@egconsulting.com.au.

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