Trusts Associate 1-3 PQE – Leading International Law Firm;

London (Central), London (Greater)
05 Oct 2016
04 Nov 2016
Experience / PQE
PQE 1 - 3 years
Contract Type
Full time, Permanent

This leading international law firm has a small, but growing trusts practice, and following a recent partner level hire, the firm is now seeking to bolster the team’s associate ranks.

The team advises private clients, charities, and funds on a range of trust issues, including the establishment of onshore and offshore trusts, amending the terms of a trust, and the making of wills and gifts. As well as this, the team also advises on corporate matters where a trust is involved in a transaction.

The firm is seeking a junior associate with 1-3 years’ PQE to join the team. The team is relatively small, so as a junior associate, you would have the opportunity to gain more responsibility, autonomy, and client contact than you would as part of a larger group.

You will have experience advising on trusts issues, including the setting up of trusts and the amendment of terms. You may also have a wider private client background, including advising on tax, wills, and estate planning.

This is a fantastic opportunity for an ambitious lawyer currently at a small City or West End firm looking to move to a big international law firm. This role offers the kind of step-up that is not usually available to someone in this practice area, and as well as top quality work, the firm offers its associates very competitive remuneration.

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