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Mid-level Restructuring Lawyer 3-5pqe-Elite US law firm £160,000

Reference: BD9049EG
Job type: Permanent
Location: UK - London
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Having been a force within the UK restructuring market for a number of years, this elite US law firm has its place at the top of the market secured.

Acting for sponsors, debtors and creditors, with a particular focus on private equity houses and portfolio companies, the team offers a broad capability in complex restructuring. The group can offer an associate from the MC/SC, or other large City practices a chance to gain more responsibility, client contact, and development – all so much more important given the partnership track available which is one of the best in London. The hires come after a hugely successful year for the group and recent headline making hires.

The ideal candidate will come from a top-ranked UK or US law firm and will have exceptional training with at least 3 years’ experience of both national and international insolvencies and financial restructurings. For a talented mid-level lawyer this opportunity offers top quality work, with much improved prospects, polished off with full New York pay – a fantastic opportunity for a budding star to show their worth.

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PQE levels are intended as a guide to the level of legal experience required to undertake the advertised role. We welcome applications from qualified lawyers of any level who can demonstrate the necessary legal experience.

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