Disputes – Litigation, NQ & 1-4 PQE
Our client is a highly reputable mid-market US firm, having received high rankings for its corporate M&A, finance and dispute practice.
The department of litigation and arbitration is well known for helping clients resolve complex and high-value commercial disputes on a domestic and cross-border level, across a variety of industries. Their clientele ranges from listed companies, international organizations including ICC and financial institutions, to high-net worth individuals.
This firm offers a balanced approach on US firms’ culture, by breaking the stereotype on long-hour working conditions and recommending 1800 target hours instead, while also retaining the reputation of high compensation with its salary and one of a kind bonus structure.
This is an exceptional role for a junior disputes associate, since it will allow you to gain exposure on most areas of the litigation practice, including:
- contractual disputes
- banking and financial services litigation
- fraud investigations and prosecutions
- international arbitration
- oil and gas disputes
- shareholder disputes
- civil fraud and white-collar crime
- IT disputes
- Construction litigation
Given the size of the litigation team, you’ll also be given support and resources to advance your litigation experience, while also having enough ownership over your case load and clientele.
You should be an NQ from September or March, trained and qualified in a UK Top 100 law firm, having completed seats in dispute resolutions or an already UK qualified lawyer with experience in commercial litigation at an equally reputable firm.
If you match the aforementioned criteria and you are intrigued by a non-transactional role, then get in touch with Irini Panagiotopoulou (email@example.com).
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