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  • Finance Associate (US Firm) (NQ-2 PQE)

    Job posted on: 25/04/2017
    Job reference: #FA/0-2/MV6

    A prestigious US law firm are looking to grow their multi-national Finance team in London with the hire of a solicitor between NQ-2 PQE.

    The partners and the associates within the Finance team offer advice to borrowers and lenders on banking transactions around the globe. Due to the size and structure of the practice, the successful applicant will be expected to maintain a broad …

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  • Mid/ Senior Data Protection Lawyer

    Job posted on: 25/04/2017
    Job reference: #DP/4-10/MV7

    Our client has a market leading global Data Protection and Privacy practice. They are seeking a mid/senior level Data Protection Lawyer to join their London team.

    You will be focusing on all aspects of privacy, data protection, information governance and e-commerce issues for multinational companies across a broad range of industry sectors, particularly media and technology.

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  • Private Client Associate Solicitor (3+ PQE)

    Job posted on: 20/04/2017
    Job reference: #PC 3+ SB

    A very reputable law firm with a strong private client practice based in London are seeking to further grow their department. The firm are looking to hire an associate solicitor with over 3 year's post qualification experience who specialises in succession planning.

    The firms private client practice are known for their expertise on a wide variety of private wealth matters. The …

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  • Pensions Litigation Associate (NQ-2 PQE)

    Job posted on: 20/04/2017
    Job reference: #PLA/0-2/MM1

    A new opportunity has arisen for an associate at the NQ-2 PQE level to join a top tier pensions litigation practice at a large international law firm in London.

    The role will allow the new joiner to work alongside a number of Chambers-ranked individuals in a litigation department that has a well-regarded reputation within the London market. The pensions litigation team deals with …

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  • Property Litigation Associate 2-4 PQE

    Job posted on: 19/04/2017
    Job reference: #PLA/2-4/MM4

    An exciting opportunity has opened up at a leading property dispute resolution practice within London for a property litigation associate at the 2-4 PQE level.

    The successful candidate will join a team that is consistently highly ranked by independent legal directories within London, contains noted practitioners within the area of property dispute resolution and offers work of the …

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  • Arbitration Associate (5-8 PQE)

    Job posted on: 19/04/2017
    Job reference: #AA/5-8/MM5

    An outstanding international arbitration practice is looking for a very strong associate at the 5-8 PQE level with investment treaty experience.

    This is a rare opportunity to join a practice that boasts some of the world's leading practitioners within the area of international arbitration. To be considered for the role the candidates will have gained their experience at a top-tier …

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