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  • Business Immigration (NQ-3 PQE)

    Job posted on: 28/04/2017
    Job reference: #BI NQ3 SB1

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

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

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  • Competition Solicitor (Brussels) (NQ-4 PQE)

    Job posted on: 28/04/2017
    Job reference: #EUC 034 MV6

    An International law firm are looking to hire a lawyer to join their office in Brussels. They intend to grow their market-leading EU & Competition team with the hire of a junior associate between NQ-4PQE.

    The successful candidate will be offering advise to clients on a wide variety of competition matters including; cartels, merger clearances, antitrust issues before the European …

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  • Banking Associate (1-4 PQE)

    Job posted on: 28/04/2017
    Job reference: #JBL 14 MV5

    We have recently been instructed on a search for one of the world's leading Banking practices.

    This is the perfect opportunity to work on a multitude of banking matters including syndicated lending, sovereign debt rescheduling, structured finance, real estate finance, project finance, leveraged finance and acquisition finance. The successful candidate will also have the option, as …

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  • International Arbitration Associate (1-3 PQE)

    Job posted on: 28/04/2017
    Job reference: #IAA/1-3/MM1

    A market leading US practice has an opening at the 1-3 PQE level for an England and Wales qualified associate specialising in international arbitration and international disputes. The role will focus on a mixture of investment treaty and general commercial arbitration disputes, so experience within either of these areas will be viewed favourably by the hiring partners.

    The new joiner …

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  • Property Litigation Associate 2-4 PQE

    Job posted on: 28/04/2017
    Job reference: #PLA/2-4/MM3

    An exciting opportunity has opened up at a leading property dispute resolution practice within London for a property litigation associate at the 2-4 PQE level.

    The successful candidate will join a team that is consistently highly ranked by independent legal directories within London, contains noted practitioners within the area of property dispute resolution and offers work of the …

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  • Contentious Construction Associate (1-6 PQE)

    Job posted on: 28/04/2017
    Job reference: #CC/1-6/MM5

    A leading global law firm are looking for a contentious construction associate that has exposure to either or both contentious and non-contentious construction matters at the 1-6 PQE level to undertake an exciting role within its construction team.

    The practice boasts a high-end client base across the construction sector. This is the ideal time to join this growing department. The …

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