We currently have two vacancies;
- Commercial Solicitor
- Paralegal with a view to a training contract
Mitchell Wilde is offering a brilliant opportunity for an ambitious commercial solicitor (with at least 2 years PQE) to join an experienced and close-knit team dealing with a wide range of complex commercial transactions across different sectors. The start date for employment is negotiable.
Most of our work is in the East Midlands with some clients further afield, including a growing number in London. Our clients are predominantly owner-managed businesses, and our work is in dispute resolution/litigation, corporate/commercial law, commercial property and some employment law.
The candidate will be working in a fast-paced yet rewarding environment, dealing with high quality work, with their own caseload of clients/transactions.
The candidate should be hard working, a quick learner with the ability to demonstrate a high level of initiative as well as working effectively as part of a team. The candidate should have a positive approach towards client care and be personable, professional and have excellent legal knowledge.
There will be every opportunity for the candidate to grow and develop their own skills and progress their career within a friendly yet well regarded law firm, and will be supported by senior solicitors.
The candidate is expected to have 2+ years’ experience in a range of corporate/commercial law matters including drafting and advising on:
- Terms and conditions
- Shareholder agreements
- Business sales and purchases
- Corporate restructuring
- Business exit planning
Experience in management and business outside the legal profession may be an advantage and well as experience advising on commercial property transactions.
Working hours can be flexible to suit, the position can be full or part time, and the salary is negotiable and dependent on experience.
Application Deadline: no current deadline
Job Types: Full-time / Part-time
Contact Paul Mitchell via email: email@example.com or telephone 0115 8371 430 for more information.
Paralegal with a view to a training contract
Mitchell Wilde is offering a fantastic opportunity for an ambitious new paralegal to join the team with a view to a training contract. The successful candidate will be working with a bias in commercial law and litigation. The start date for employment is negotiable.
We are a niche commercial practice, established almost twenty years ago, with an outstanding reputation in our areas of practice. We are located in Beeston with easy access to Nottingham City Centre via a short direct tram journey and within close proximity to the A52.
Most of our work is in the East Midlands with some clients further afield, including a growing number in London.
Our clients are predominantly owner-managed businesses, with most of our work being in dispute resolution, corporate/commercial law, commercial property and some in employment law. We also deal with will and trust disputes
As a paralegal at our firm, you could get a taster of all of this, or you could become more of a specialist in one area. To begin with, the successful candidate will be expected to, review and respond to legal queries, take notes in client meetings and assist with all other ad-hoc queries/research, before developing the skills to run their own matters for clients.
The candidate should be hard working, a quick learner with the ability to demonstrate a high level of initiative and have a proactive attitude towards work levels and ad-hoc queries.
Candidates are preferred to have a 2:1 in their Law Degree (or Commendation or above for GDL route). Candidates must also have or be predicted at least a Merit in the Legal Practice Course. It is advantageous for the successful candidate to have studied modules in Advanced Civil Litigation, Private Acquisitions or Advanced Commercial Law.
The salary for a paralegal is £19,500 and for a trainee is £21,000.
Applications (covering letter and CV) should be sent to Paul Mitchell via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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