Senior solicitor - Corporate

An opportunity for a senior solicitor with four or more years PQE has come up in our leading corporate and commercial team that specialises in mergers and acquisitions transactions and general corporate advisory.

You will be joining a highly experienced team led by Grant Dunn.  In this role you will be exposed to a wide variety of corporate matters with a focus on mergers and acquisitions, capital raisings, shareholding arrangements and corporate governance.  This team works for top international and domestic clients on interesting and complex corporate transactions such as Trade Me, Goldman Sachs, PSP Investments and The Growth Fund by way of example.

You would be joining a committed team that works collegially on challenging legal work, in a thriving and supportive environment.

What matters to us

We value people who bring a different perspective, who are passionate, curious and innovative.  To be successful in this role, you would ideally:

  • Have four or more years' PQE in corporate and commercial law with some experience in M&A
  • Be passionate about furthering your career in corporate and commercial law
  • Enjoy working collaboratively within the team, across the firm and with clients
  • Be self-motivated, enthusiastic, innovative, and keen on developing yourself through continuous learning.
What we offer

A career with us gives you the opportunity to work with a wide range of clients within internationally recognised teams, alongside some of New Zealand's leading legal talent to shape the future of business in New Zealand.  We offer a range of benefits and initiatives enabling you to be the best that you can be.

Apply

Harri (talent attraction specialist from our people and culture team) is keen to talk with anyone interested in this opportunity – reach out to him on +64 9 363 0607 for a confidential conversation or send your CV and transcript to harrison.deiongh@buddlefindlay.com.

We look forward to you joining our team and being part of our success.

Together we grow, Ka tipu tahi tatau.