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  • White-Collar Crime Solicitor (1-3 PQE) - Hong Kong/Beijing

    Job posted on: 02/05/2017
    Job reference: #WCCC 13 SB10 HKB

    An exciting opportunity has arisen for a lawyer at the 1-3 PQE level within the Hong Kong or Beijing office of a prestigious US law firm within the area of Corporate crime and Investigations.

    The role will allow the successful candidate to undertake a wide spectrum of work within the sphere of Corporate crime, including advising on serious fraud, whistle-blowing and regulatory …

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  • Marine Insurance Solicitor (3-6 PQE)

    Job posted on: 02/05/2017
    Job reference: #MIS 36 SB2

    An established City law firm with a significant focus on their Shipping practice are looking to further grow their department with the hire of a solicitor between 3-6 PQE.

    The team are known for their expertise on a growing variety of shipping matters. The practice handle several varying marine insurance claims and are ideally looking for somebody with significant commodities dispute …

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  • United Kingdom Capital Markets Lawyer (1-4 PQE)

    Job posted on: 02/05/2017
    Job reference: #UKCM 14 SB4

    A market-leading US law firm are seeking a UK qualified lawyer (or have a common law background) at the 1-4 PQE level to join their Capital Markets team in London.

    The department boasts a stellar client base and specialises in all aspects of UK Capital Markets matters within a range of sectors, both domestic and global. The firm operates an entrepreneurial culture and actively …

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  • Family Solicitor (5-9 PQE)

    Job posted on: 02/05/2017
    Job reference: #F 59 SB7

    A highly regarded UK law firm based near London are seeking an experienced 5+ PQE Family lawyer to help expand their quickly growing team.

    The new joiner will be responsible for developing caseloads of matrimonial, finance and ancillary private children law matters on mostly privately funded cases. The successful candidate will have a good understanding of the CPR to the extent that …

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  • Reputation Management Solcitor (1-3 PQE)

    Job posted on: 02/05/2017
    Job reference: #RM 13 SB

    A respected firm based in the city and a leading law firm in the Media arena are looking to expand their Media litigation practice further with the hire of a lawyer between 1-3 PQE.

    The department are well-known for their expertise on a variety of media related disputes. The department deal with high-net worth clients and individuals assisting them on matters such as reputation …

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  • Competition Litigation Lawyer (4-6 PQE)

    Job posted on: 02/05/2017
    Job reference: #897721

    Competition Litigation Lawyer (4-6 PQE)

    This leading international law firm are looking to expand their Competition practice in London with the hire of an associate between 4 and 6 PQE. They are interested in speaking with competition litigation lawyers or general competition lawyers with a majority contentious practice.

    You will be acting on behalf of claimants and …

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