Danos Group

Corporate and Commercial Lawyer

A  forward thinking and innovative consultancy business is currently looking to recruit a corporate and commercial lawyer to join their project team and be seconded to a major client.

Working very closely with the Head of Legal you will be involved in a range of corporate and commercial matters, drafting and negotiating commercial contracts, non-disclosure agreements and advising on regulatory change on a on-going project basis.

Ideally you will be a qualified lawyer with at least 2 years PQE gained in corporate, commercial or financial services law. You will also have the ability to work well and build relationships with stakeholders at all levels.

This is a remote working position. For more information or to apply please contact Penny Parker at Danos Consulting on 203 889 5755 or apply below. 

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