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Legal Assistant in Restructuring - 6 Months FTC

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Recruiter
Eversheds
Posted
07 March 2014
Closes
04 April 2014
Ref
1399592
Location
Contract
Hours
Practice Areas
Experience Level
Salary
Competitive

Further information

Eversheds is an award winning law firm with strong presence in Europe, Middle East and Asia Pacific. This is a 6 months Fixed Term Contract.

Our company commercial group handles major projects for some of the largest clients in the world. We enable our lawyers to stretch their skills and gain experience few other law firms can offer. Our group includes a wide variety of experts, from dealmakers and banking experts through to contract drafters and IP specialists. 

You will assist the team with LPA Receivership assignments. Tasks principally involve assisting with the drafting and negotiating of insolvent property sale contracts, leases and licences on behalf of LPA Receivers and insolvency practitioners.

You will draft letters and make telephone calls to clients, solicitors, agents etc. You will also assist the team with the real estate aspects of corporate transactions on behalf of insolvency practitioners. You will assist with project management for clients including preparing reports and collating costs information to clients.

Candidates should have good academic qualifications and Real Estate and/or Insolvency experience would be advantageous. All applicants should have completed the LPC and ideally will have completed the Commercial Property elective.

As part of your career at Eversheds in Birmingham, you will receive tailored professional development, the opportunity to work alongside an exceptional team and be supported by partners. You will be part of a firm that is recognised for innovation and forward thinking. If this sounds like a firm you want to be part of, apply now.

Eversheds

Eversheds is one of the world’s largest corporate law firms. Committed locally, but connected globally, with over 40 offices based in the world’s major economic centres.