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Job reference 15 CI SB

Job title:Corporate Immigration Solicitor (1-5 PQE)
Job consultant:Stephen Benwell
Job type:Permanent
Job location:London, England
Salary:£58000 - £68000 per annum

Job description

A respected City law firm with a significant focus on their Business Immigration department are looking to further grown their team with the hire of a solicitor between 1-5 PQE.

They are highly regarded for their expertise on a plethora of Business Immigration matters. The practice deal with several varying Corporate Immigration matters working for a prestigious group of clients and include representing high net-worth individuals.

This vacancy represents the opportune time to join a collegiate team and work closely with Partners that are very highly regarded within the Immigration sphere. The successful individual will be given an autonomous role and work with start-up companies to big corporates and overseeing more junior members of the team. Due to the size of the team, you will be heavily involved in a wide spectrum of immigration matters.

In return, the firm offer a unique, entrepreneurial client facing role, a competitive salary and great progression prospects. The ideal candidate will be a qualified solicitor with a training contract from an established City or regional firm, exposure to Business Immigration work and a strong academic record.

Cogence Search is a boutique legal recruitment firm based in the City. Our legal recruitment consultants assist lateral Partner and associate moves and work with nationwide, U.S. and International Law Firms. We are working as a recruitment agency in relation to this role. For more legal positions please visit our website or contact one of our legal recruitment team.

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