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  • Medical Negligence Senior Associate (Defendant)

    Job posted on: 22/06/2017
    Job reference: #MN 7 SB3

    A highly respected City law firm with a strong emphasis on healthcare work are looking for a Clinical Negligence solicitor to specialise in defendant Clinical Negligence matters. The firm are looking to further expand their team with the hire of a solicitor with over 7 year's post-qualification experience.

    The practice are known for their vast expertise on a wide variety of Medical …

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  • Business Immigration Solicitor (2-5 PQE)

    Job posted on: 22/06/2017
    Job reference: #BI 35 SB2

    A respected City law firm with a heavy emphasis on their Business Immigration practice are looking to further expand their team with the hire of an associate between the 3-5 PQE level.

    The team are known for their expertise on a wide variety of Business Immigration matters advising International high-end corporate clients. This vacancy represents the perfect time to join a …

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  • Banking Associate (1-4 PQE)

    Job posted on: 22/06/2017
    Job reference: #JBL 14 MV7

    We have recently been instructed on a search for one of the world's leading Banking practices.

    This is the perfect opportunity to work on a multitude of banking matters including syndicated lending, sovereign debt rescheduling, structured finance, real estate finance, project finance, leveraged finance and acquisition finance. The successful candidate will also have the option, as …

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  • Competition Solicitor (Brussels) (NQ-4 PQE)

    Job posted on: 22/06/2017
    Job reference: #EUC 034 MV9

    An International law firm are looking to hire a lawyer to join their office in Brussels. They intend to grow their market-leading EU & Competition team with the hire of a junior associate between NQ-4PQE.

    The successful candidate will be offering advise to clients on a wide variety of competition matters including; cartels, merger clearances, antitrust issues before the European …

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  • Pensions Associate (1-5 PQE)

    Job posted on: 21/06/2017
    Job reference: #PA/15/MM

    A new opportunity has arisen at the 1-5 PQE level for a pensions associate within the pensions group of a large international law firm within London.

    The new joiner will gain exposure to the advisory, corporate and contentious elements in relation to pensions and will be working with an impressive client base that boasts a number of key organisations within the pensions sphere. The …

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  • Financial Services Regulatory (non-contentious) 2-5 PQE

    Job posted on: 21/06/2017
    Job reference: #FSR/25/MM

    My client, a Magic Circle law firm, is currently hiring into their financial services regulatory team in London at the 2-5 PQE level and seeks a talented associate to join their well established and market-leading financial regulation practice.

    The firm boasts an exceptional client base, including well-known investment banks, government bodies and a number of other notable …

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