Cogence Search Global Knowledge Local Delivery Phone SUBMIT YOUR CV

Leaders in London Legal Recruitment

twitter facebook googlePlus linkedin

Unlock Your Career

Partner AND ASSOCIATE LEGAL JOBS

Results 61 to 66 of 158 matches

  • Trademark Solicitor (3-8 PQE)

    Job posted on: 31/05/2017
    Job reference: #TAIP SB7 MS

    A respected City law firm that possess are highly regarded Intellectual Property practice are looking to further grow their IP practice with the hire of a trade mark associate/attorney between 3-8 PQE.

    This vacancy represents the opportune time to join a growing team and work directly with Partners that are highly regarded within this area. The successful candidate will be heavily …

    READ MORE ABOUT THIS JOB

  • UK Capital Markets Associate (1-5 PQE)

    Job posted on: 30/05/2017
    Job reference: #UKC 15 SB8

    A market-leading US law firm are seeking a UK qualified lawyer (or a lawyer with a common law background) at the 1-5 PQE level to join their Capital Markets team in London.

    The practice boasts a strong client base and specialise in all aspects of UK Capital Markets matters. The successful candidate will focus on both equity or debt capital markets in the international sphere. The firm …

    READ MORE ABOUT THIS JOB

  • Junior- Mid Marine Insurance Solicitor (1-5 PQE)

    Job posted on: 30/05/2017
    Job reference: #MI 15 SB9

    A respected and established City law firm with a significant focus on their Shipping team are looking to further grow their department with the hire of a Junior to Mid level solicitor to specialise in Marine Insurance.

    The practice are known for their expertise on a wide variety of shipping related matters. The team handle several varying marine insurance claims and are ideally …

    READ MORE ABOUT THIS JOB

  • Corporate Crime and Investigations Lawyer (1-4 PQE) - Hong Kong

    Job posted on: 30/05/2017
    Job reference: #CCC 14 SB13 HK/B

    An opportunity has arisen for a solicitor at the 1-4 PQE level within the Hong Kong or Beijing office of a prestigious US law firm within their growing White-Collar Crime and Investigations practice.

    This vacancy will allow the successful individual to undertake a wide variety of work within the Corporate crime sphere, including advising on whistle-blowing, serious fraud and …

    READ MORE ABOUT THIS JOB

  • Family Solicitor (5-9 PQE)

    Job posted on: 30/05/2017
    Job reference: #FMC 59 SB3

    A boutique UK law firm based in the City are seeking an experienced 5+ PQE Family lawyer to help expand their respected Family practice.

    The successful candidate will be responsible for developing a caseload of medium to high net worth finance cases and ancillary private children law matters on high conflict and complex family cases. The new joiner will be expected to supervise and …

    READ MORE ABOUT THIS JOB

  • Corporate Immigration (0-3 PQE)

    Job posted on: 26/05/2017
    Job reference: #CI 03 SB7

    A highly respected City law firm with a heavy emphasis on their Corporate Immigration practice are looking to further grow their team by hiring a junior associate with under 3 years of post-qualification experience.

    The team are known for their expertise on a plethora of Corporate Immigration matters advising high-end, Global corporate clients. This vacancy represents the perfect time …

    READ MORE ABOUT THIS JOB

Latest news

Future Leaders Awards with Women in the City

Mark Husband had the honour of being a panel judge for Women in the City's prestigious Future Leaders Award. Congratulations to Dr Jane Cunningham, Leadership Fellow/Infectious Diseases and Microbiology Specialty Registrar, Health Education England, winner of the Future Leaders Award 2017.

Read More


Women in the City's Future Leaders Awards 2017

Cogence Search is a proud partner at Women in the City's Future Leaders Awards, the ceremony for which takes place on 19 June 2017. Good luck to all those shortlisted.

Read More


Leading Women Lawyers: Expectations, Experiences and Achievements Part II

Last week we examined the subject of bias as the main reason behind the lack of women, and diversity in general, in leading roles in the UK’s law firms. In Part II of this article, we look at those improvements and offer a few further suggestions.

Read More


Browse all news