Lawyer for commercial and corporate law – Frankfurt am Main

# Lawyer commercial and corporate law

To strengthen our team, we are looking for one as soon as possible

Lawyer specializing in commercial and corporate law.

## Your tasks

As part of a young team, you will work independently on challenging cases in the areas of commercial and corporate law. They advise domestic and foreign companies on company foundations, share transfers, drafting articles of association, assisting with notarizations, preparing general meetings, drafting and advising on commercial law contracts, formulating and checking general terms and conditions. One or the other question regarding labor law issues may also need to be answered.

A later specialization, also in another area of ​​commercial law, is desirable.

## Your profile

You should be able to demonstrate your competence through good grades and/or practical experience. Young professionals are welcome. You should also have good written and spoken English language skills. Personally, you should be characterized by a high degree of resilience and independence and set high standards for your work.

## Your chance

You can expect an interesting, challenging and independent job in a modern environment with excellent development prospects. We offer regular training and further education and support the acquisition of a specialist lawyer title.

We primarily advise medium-sized companies nationwide and internationally on commercial legal protection, commercial and corporate law and labor law. Our attractive business premises are located in the city center directly at the Alte Oper in Frankfurt am Main.

Are you interested? Then please send us your application documents to:

Jens Liesegang

[email protected]

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