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  • Contentious Construction Associate - 1-6pqe

    Job posted on: 16/06/2017
    Job reference: #CCA/116/MM

    A leading UK law firm is seeking a contentious construction associate at the 1-6 PQE level join their well-established and highly regarded construction team within the City. The focus of the role with be on contentious matters therefore any candidate wishing to be considered must be prepared to specialise on the contentious side going forward in their career, although candidates with a mixed …

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  • Senior Marine Insurance Associate (Singapore)

    Job posted on: 12/06/2017
    Job reference: #MI 5+ SB S

    A top law firm with a strong focus on growing their Marine Insurance practice are looking to further expand their team with the hire of a Senior Associate to join their Singapore office.

    The team are known for their vast expertise on a variety of marine insurance matters. The practice deal with several varying shipping claims including but not limited to claims involving hull, loss of …

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  • Commercial Litigation Solicitor (1.5-5 PQE)

    Job posted on: 08/06/2017
    Job reference: #CL/1.5-5/MM8

    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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  • Employment Associate 4-6 PQE

    Job posted on: 08/06/2017
    Job reference: #EA/4-6/MM2

    An impressive West End boutique is looking to expand their growing employment offering with the hire of an associate at the 4-6 pqe level. The firm in question is looking to significantly expand their employment practice at both the junior and mid-level so the new joiner will ideally have some experience mentoring/training more junior associates from their time in private practice.

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  • Employment Associate 1-3 PQE

    Job posted on: 08/06/2017
    Job reference: #EA/1-3/MM2

    An impressive West End boutique is looking to expand their growing employment offering with the hire of an associate at the 1-3pqe level.

    The firm has recently made a number of significant hires, most notably within the employment sphere, and offers the opportunity to work closely with well-regarded practitioners within the areas of both claimant and respondent employment matters, in …

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  • Real Estate Associate (3-5 PQE)

    Job posted on: 08/06/2017
    Job reference: #REA/3-5/MM4

    A new opportunity has opened up at a highly ranked commercial property practice within an international law firm in London for an associate at the 3-5pqe level. The firm in question is currently undergoing a significant period of growth within their team and therefore requires a new associate that can hit the ground running and is comfortable running a large number of matters with a limited (but …

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