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  • Contentious Construction Lawyer (5-9 PQE)

    Job posted on: 08/06/2017
    Job reference: #CCA/5-9/MM71

    An international law firm is looking to expand their contentious construction team by hiring an associate with 5-9 years of postqualification experience.

    The focus of this role will be predominantly within the contentious area but candidates that have a mixed background with experience in both areas will be considered. The team acts for a large range of both international and domestic …

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  • Corporate Immigration Solicitor (1-5 PQE)

    Job posted on: 08/06/2017
    Job reference: #15 CI SB

    A respected City law firm with a significant focus on their Business Immigration department are looking to further grown their team with the hire of a solicitor between 1-5 PQE.

    They are highly regarded for their expertise on a plethora of Business Immigration matters. The practice deal with several varying Corporate Immigration matters working for a prestigious group of clients and …

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  • International Arbitration Associate (5-8 PQE)

    Job posted on: 08/06/2017
    Job reference: #IAA/58/MM

    We have recently been instructed by a premier US international arbitration practice regarding their need at the 5-8 PQE level for an exceptional international arbitration associate. The desired candidate must be England & Wales qualified, although the firm are open to candidates that have gained some of their experience within a foreign jurisdiction.

    This is a rare opportunity to join …

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  • Transactional Real Estate Lawyer (5-7 PQE)

    Job posted on: 06/06/2017
    Job reference: #CRE 57 SB1

    An established City law firm with a strong focus on growing their Property practice due to heavy workload are looking to further grow their practice with the hire of a Commercial Property lawyer between 5-7 PQE.

    The team are known for their vast expertise on a wide variety of Real Estate matters. The department handle several varying Property matters including advising on leisure, …

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  • Banking Associates (2-8 PQE)

    Job posted on: 05/06/2017
    Job reference: #BA/28/MV

    A market-leading global law firm are seeking a mid-senior associates with substantial experience in asset based lending to join its Banking and Finance department in London.

    The practice has an exemplary client base, deep sector knowledge and specialises in all aspects of top-tier banking matters, both domestic and international. The successful applicant will deal with a variety of …

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  • Aviation Finance Solicitor (3+ PQE)

    Job posted on: 05/06/2017
    Job reference: #AF/3+/MV

    A US law firm with a growing Asset Finance practice are seeking an aviation finance lawyer to become an integral part of their expanding team in London. The firm are looking to employ a solicitor at the 3+ PQE level.

    The successful candidate will deal with a variety of aircraft lessors and financiers. Such a candidate will be advising across a wide range of sectors including asset …

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