Law Absolute - Recruitment specialists
New Search
Apply Now

Commercial contracts and pharmaceuticals Lawyer

Type: Interim
Location: London Central, London
Pay Details: £600.00 per day +
Sector: Private Practice
Experience Level: Lawyer
Reference: BH/27096

The position has come about due to a sudden increase in work load. As such the role will require you to have demonstrable experience of managing a complex and interesting caseload with very little supervision. You will therefore have at least 10 years of experience in this area.

The position itself involves;

Being Competent on Commercial Contract and Life Sciences & Medical Devices.

Have a strong background in the life sciences industry.

Be highly skilled in commercial contract drafting  such as  manufacturing, supply, distribution agreements and;

Have a strong regulatory (pharmaceutical and medical device) knowledge.


Due to the nature of the role and responsibilities involved you will have substantive experience of working as part of a collegiate team and managing your own workload. The role is to start asap so please get in touch without delay and send you cv

to  Bryanne at


Please note our advertisements use PQE/salary levels purely as a guide. However we are happy to consider applications from all candidates who are able to demonstrate the skills necessary to fulfil the role.


At LAW Absolute we endeavour to respond to all applications within 48 hours. However due to the volume of applications we receive we may not be able to respond to every candidate individually.


If you have not heard from us within a 48 hour timeframe your application has not been successful and your details have not been retained. LAW Absolute acts as an employment business for temporary recruitment and as an employment agency for fixed term contract and permanent recruitment.

Apply Now

Get in touch

linkedin logo
  • Bryanne Hendricks-Rutter - Director - Private Practice - Interim
View Profile

Bryanne graduated with a 2. 1 (with honors)  Law LLB degree from the…

Contact today