Corporate Lawyer – Partner US firm to £1.7 million Back to List

US firm strategically growing the London office – full support of senior management who are personally invested in the recruitment – a synergistic business case


A well-regarded US law firm which has been in London since the 1970’s. The lawyers at the firm are well known in the TMT, Energy and Financial services sectors, and corporates and institutions will know the brand. There are over 70 M&A partners globally and the firm has undertaken over 800 M&A transactions in the past 5 years.



The London lawyers benefit from being part of global practice groups, which means as a partner at a US firm, you truly benefit from a US firm offering. There is immediate integration with fellow lawyers around the globe, and even as part of the interview process you will meet key US based lawyers in the initial part of the process.



You will also benefit from immediate workflow from the US. The US corporate lawyers are the main drivers behind this hire and are key to London and European expansion. Specifically, the firm is looking to recruit partners who focus on high-value cross-border corporate/M&A transactions in the key sectors (TMT, Energy and Financial Services).



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Reference: SP890891
Job type: Permanent
Location: London
Practice areas: Corporate, Corporate Finance/M&A, Private Equity


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