Job Type: Immigration
Job Level: Partner
This is a boutique London law firm with an impressive international reach. There is currently no dedicated immigration professional at the firm so this is an opportunity to develop a new department.
The bulk of the firm’s revenue comes from corporate work and there is support in key practice areas; litigation, real estate, employment, family etc.
They punch well above their weight in terms of international transactions, and they are justifiably proud of their client relationships. Clients include energy companies, boutique banks and FS businesses, technology companies, real estate businesses and high net worth individuals.
Cross-selling is hugely encouraged at this firm, and the established partners will be keen to introduce the new immigration partner to clients and actively market this new service.
They will be interested in an individual’s successes in terms of marketing, business development and contacts, as they are mindful that to break in to this market they will need to recruit a partner with good connections. They are relatively open minded about following, however, and will consider each candidate on a case by case basis.
They are housed in impressive premises in a prime Central London location and the environment is also very highly praised. This is a non-hierarchical, down to earth and outgoing group of people who are keen to continue growing the firm.
Please contact Sarah Coughtrie for further information on 020 3818 8779 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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