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A professional services law firm is seeking for Senior Associate to complement their dynamic Corporate & Funds team in Guernsey.
You will offer highly proficient legal counsel across a variety of matters, all while nurturing and sustaining valuable connections with clients and intermediaries. Proven track record in a prestigious law firm with strong, consistent performance in the past two fiscal years will be advantageous.
The ideal candidate should have at least 5 years’ PQE with excellent academic background. Should this role pique your interest, please reach out to Frasia or Teddie for a confidential initial conversation. (Assignment 15562)
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