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  • Finance Associate - US Law Firm (1-4 PQE)

    Job posted on: 07/04/2017
    Job reference: #615591

    Finance Associate - US Law Firm (1-4 PQE)

    A market-leading US law firm are seeking an associate between 1 and 4 PQE to join its Global Finance team in London.

    The practice has an exemplary client base, deep sector knowledge and specialises in all aspects of banking matters, acting for both domestic and international lenders, borrowers, major corporations and funds.

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  • Insurance Litigation Associate (2-4 PQE)

    Job posted on: 06/04/2017
    Job reference: #ILA 24 MM

    An international law firm is looking for an insurance litigation associate at the 2-4 PQE level to join it's highly ranked insurance disputes team in London.

    The practice boasts an impressive client base and specialises in all areas of insurance/ reinsurance disputes, both international and domestic in nature. The successful candidate will have gained the majority of their experience …

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  • Private Client Solicitor (3-6 PQE) (Switzerland)

    Job posted on: 04/04/2017
    Job reference: #PC 36 SB SG

    A leading law firm with a strong focus on their Private Client department are looking to grow their team with the hire of a solicitor between 3-6 PQE for their office in Geneva.

    The team are known for their vast expertise on a wide variety of private client and personal tax matters. The practice deal with trusts, tax and estate planning for high net worth individuals offering tax …

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  • Life Sciences Solicitor (1-8 PQE) (Must be German Qualified)

    Job posted on: 04/04/2017
    Job reference: #LSAGQ 18 SB

    A top tier US law firm are seeking a German qualified associate to join their growing Life Sciences team in Belgium.

    The successful candidate will be working with top flight Partners on a broad range of life sciences agreements. The practice deal with a variety of life sciences work within a range of sectors, including pharmaceuticals and medical devices as well as a variety of …

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  • Commercial Litigation Solicitor (1.5-5 PQE)

    Job posted on: 04/04/2017
    Job reference: #CL/1.5-5/MM6

    A new opportunity in the London office of a strong US practice has come up for a commercial litigation solicitor at the (1.5-5 PQE) level.

    This position will allow the right candidate to work on high profile cases involving matters of complex international commercial litigation, international arbitration and white collar crime. The firm has a particularly strong focus on disputes …

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  • Private Client Solicitor (3-7 PQE)

    Job posted on: 03/04/2017
    Job reference: #PC 13 SB2

    An established and a rapidly expanding private client team within London are looking for a solicitor at the 3-7 PQE range to become an integral part of their ambitious team.

    The successful candidate will be offered the chance to assist high-end clients, offering the chance to undertake work with a significant global element, focusing on areas of trust and tax law in addition to …

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