In-House Conflicts Lawyer

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    £95000 - £115000 per annum
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A top law firm in London is looking to hire an In-house Conflicts Lawyer for their business acceptance unit.


  • Analysing and resolving legal, regulatory and commercial issues relating to business acceptance and client engagement
  • Undertaking an initial assessment with regard to anti-money laundering, sanctions, reputational and suitability issues
  • Reviewing and analysing conflicts of interest issues
  • Drafting waivers in the resolution of conflicts of interest
  • Assist with reviewing and drafting conflicts of interest provisions within engagement terms, client relationship terms and client panel terms
  • Monitoring changes in practice, professional rules, regulations and the law as affects business acceptance
  • Assist in the creation, ongoing development and implementation of the firm’s global business acceptance and client engagement policies, processes and systems


  • Experience in relation to conflicts of interest within a law firm environment is essential
  • Qualified lawyer with 2+ PQE
  • International experience is highly advantageous with a strong background in multi-jurisdictional transactions or dispute resolution

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