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  • Senior Employment Solicitor (PQE 5+)

    Job posted on: 27/04/2017
    Job reference: #55/E/MM3

    This is the perfect opportunity to join a rapidly growing firm with a genuine focus on employment matters. The firm has an entrepreneurial culture and actively encourages its associates to get involved in the growth of the offering in a strong client facing capacity. The practice handle a variety of employment work across a range of sectors. The role consists of offering advice on several …

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  • Corporate Associate 2-5 PQE (US qualified only)

    Job posted on: 27/04/2017
    Job reference: #CA/2-5/MMUS2

    An outstanding US law firm within the corporate arena is seeking a distinguished US qualified corporate associate at the 2-5 PQE level to fill a new position within their London office.

    The firm in question is a leader within the corporate sphere, growing within London and is home to a number of leading corporate practitioners. The focus of the role will be predominantly M&A matters …

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  • Corporate Tax Lawyer (2-6 PQE) (US Law Firm)

    Job posted on: 27/04/2017
    Job reference: #CT 261 US MV5

    This elite US law firm have an exceptional Tax practice in both the UK and in the US. Due to a recent partner hire, they are looking to further grow their team with the hire of a solicitor at the 2-6 PQE level.

    The department deal with UK and international transactional tax planning, restructuring, M&A and fund formation. They also deal with matters for multiple established private …

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  • Corporate Tax Associate (Mid-Level)

    Job posted on: 26/04/2017
    Job reference: #CT011262

    Cogence Search have been instructed to find a mid-level Corporate Tax lawyer for a leading international law firm in London.

    This opportunity is open to qualified lawyers between one and five PQE with UK tax experience. As you will be involved in a variety of corporate transactions both on a domestic and international level, you must be familiar with M&A transactions, group …

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  • International Arbitration Associate (1-3 PQE)

    Job posted on: 26/04/2017
    Job reference: #IAA/1-3/MM2

    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: 26/04/2017
    Job reference: #PLA/2-4/MM2

    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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