Join one of the UK's fastest growing law firms, whose work in Corporate Tax highlights City-quality work without negative life drawbacks.
Achieve your CTA, working with FTSE 250 clients and alongside a Partner recognised globally.
Driven by their values of collaboration, inclusion, entrepreneurialism and delivery, the Top 75 firm is committed to the long-term development of colleagues, taking pride in platforming lawyers whilst offering a relaxed and people-focused backdrop.
The firm's remit in London and across the South continues to grow organically, supported by ongoing lateral moves from the City/Top 50, with talent seeking high quality, trendsetting work blended with healthy working practices.
Many of the now L500 and Chambers-ranked leaders in the business joined as trainees, and instil a sense of pride in supporting junior colleagues with their careers
Progression is structured, based on merit, and sustained. Home-working and flexibility coming down to individual preference.
1 to 6 PQE Corporate Tax Associate to join Chambers and L500-ranked City-present Top 75 South-West firm.
Joining a globally recognised team for their work in Corporate Tax, a junior to mid-level Associate has the opportunity to service work often won from the City, whilst avoiding the lifestyle drawbacks.
You'll advise on a broad diet of work for FTSE 250 Corporate clients; this includes but is not limited to the structuring of share and business sales, tax issues derived from restructuring, employee incentives, CIS, SDLT, VAT and capital allowance, employment taxation and drafting tax covenants and warranties.
If not already achieved, you will be supported in working towards a CTA. Your role will be seen as pivotal to the team's goals, working alongside a renowned Partner and receiving continued mentoring.
The firm is keen to speak to those with a corporate background who wish to move over to Tax, or those with some exposure, who desire for Tax to be their full body of work
Those looking to specialise in or continue their career in Corporate Tax, without doing so tied to the City, are encouraged to make enquiries