We are looking for enthusiastic lawyers in our M&A/corporate and private equity practice group. As part of our team, you will be coordinating due diligence and M&A processes and building up on your experience on direct client handling.
We do understand the need of daily motivation and the fact that this is determined by the joint effort of the organisation and the synergy created between team members.
Law degree from a reputable Romanian university and at least 3 to 6 years of practical experience in the M&A/corporate law practice of an international or major domestic law firm; any additional practice area/sector expertise would be beneficial and will bring additional value
Experience in drafting and reviewing documentation, demonstrating familiarity with precedents and market standards (including experience with due diligence and transaction documentation supervision and coordination of team members)
Motivated to work on complex transactions for international, local clients and global law firms and understands the challenges of pressure driven timelines
Proactive team player; proactive solution finder, with strong communication and organisational skills (with attention to detail)
Very good written and spoken English
Drive and motivation to go further and develop as part of a team
Professional development in a leading CEE law firm
A modern and dynamic work environment and proactive team players
Development across practice groups and jurisdictions
Information for the applicant
Kinstellar is a place where our inclusive and entrepreneurial culture is part of our competitive advantage, with a corporate culture where we strive to grow together and take each of us to the next level.
How to apply:
Please send your application (CV and cover letter) in English to Manuela Leptiher, Regional / Bucharest HR Manager at . All applications will be treated with strict confidentiality.
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