Careers at Kalus Kenny Intelex
It is an exciting time to join Kalus Kenny Intelex. Not only because we act in some of the most important and interesting transactions in commercial business but because our success translates into growth. This growth means we get to add new and talented people to our dedicated and experienced team of lawyers and support staff.
Big enough to be interesting but not so vast that you will feel like a cog in a bureaucratic machine, Kalus Kenny Intelex will give you the opportunity to act on your own initiative and a chance to build strong relationships both within the firm and externally with clients, potential clients and referrers.
If you decide to join us, you will become part of a friendly team who thoroughly enjoy their professional working life. We also ensure that you receive the training and support to fulfill your potential. Most importantly, you will be able to lead the life you want to lead, be the person you are.
At Kalus Kenny Intelex we don’t expect the same from everyone. For us, qualitative outcomes are more important than quantitative analysis.
Our business is thriving and opportunities are available for talented lawyers with drive and enthusiasm for the law. We are seeking:
Commercial lawyer (3+ years PAE) to assist with a range of commercial contracts, corporate restructuring, shareholder agreements and trusts.
Commercial lawyer – Structured Finance and Investments (3+ years PAE) to work directly with Partners on joint venture agreements involving property developments, shareholder agreements, commercial leasing, loan agreements and security documents in relation to property finance.
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