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  • Healthcare Advisory Solicitor (NQ-4 PQE)

    Job posted on: 18/04/2017
    Job reference: #HA NQ4 SB6

    An opportunity has become available at a top-tier healthcare practice for an associate at the NQ-4 PQE level to join their market-leading team in either London, the North East or the Midlands.

    This firm are now looking to continue the growth of their team by appointing a versatile specialist junior to mid-level Healthcare solicitor to handle a wide range of Healthcare Advisory and …

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  • IP Litigation Lawyer (Patents) (2-4 PQE)

    Job posted on: 18/04/2017
    Job reference: #IPPL 24 SB6

    A prestigious international law firm based in the City with a strong focus on their Intellectual Property Litigation practice are looking to further grow their team with the hire of a solicitor between the 2-4 PQE level.

    The team possess vast expertise on a wide variety of intellectual property disputes with a particular focus on patents and hard IP. The practice deal with several …

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  • Real Estate Finance Associates (1-4 PQE)

    Job posted on: 18/04/2017
    Job reference: #REF/1-4/MV4

    An elite US law firm are looking to grow their Real Estate practice in London with the hire of an associate between 1-4 PQE.

    The team remains at the cutting edge of the real estate finance market and has an unparalleled client base made up of both US and European financial investors.

    The new joiner will have strong real estate finance experience. Such a candidate will be …

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  • Project Finance Associate (4-6 PQE) - Elite US Law Firm

    Job posted on: 18/04/2017
    Job reference: #PF/4-6/MV3

    This elite US law firm with an exceptional global Projects team are seeking a mid-level project finance lawyer for their London office.

    The department deals with both project development and finance work. The team advises governments, banks, financial institutions and regulators on a wide range of projects, including but not limited to; power, infrastructure and oil and gas.

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  • Real Estate Solicitor (1-3 PQE)

    Job posted on: 18/04/2017
    Job reference: #REST 13 SB7

    A prestigious law firm are seeking a Commercial Real Estate associate at the 1-3 PQE level to undertake an exciting new position within their respected Commercial Property team in London.

    The department has an impressive client base and deals with a wide variety of top tier commercial property work, both domestic and international. The firm has a reputation for actively encouraging …

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  • Clinical Negligence Associate (Defendant) (5-9 PQE)

    Job posted on: 18/04/2017
    Job reference: #DCN 59 SB7

    A top-tier firm with a strong focus on their Medical Negligence practice are looking to further expand their practice with the hire of a mid-senior associate between the 5-9 PQE level.

    The department are known for their expertise on a variety of medical negligence matters. The practice deal solely on the defendant side of compensation claims.

    This opportunity offers the …

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