This top tier international law firm has a fantastic opportunity for a junior disputes lawyer to join its specialist disputes team.The team sits within the...
JOB Title: Associate- Commercial Disputes & International Arbitration
SALARY: From £180,000
Join a globally acclaimed disputes team in London as a Mid to Senior Level Associate. Discover an exciting role with an impressive track record. Here's why you should be part of this team:
Challenging Cases: Engage in high-stakes disputes involving technical complexity, substantial sums, and commercial or political risks. Work on cases spanning shareholders' agreements, joint ventures, taxation, competition, and more.
Global Reach: Be part of a team that argues cases worldwide, representing major global corporations. They manage disputes across multiple jurisdictions, showcasing unrivalled capabilities in global dispute resolution.
Advocacy Opportunities: Embrace the chance to perform advocacy in arbitrations without external counsel. Associates are encouraged to take on responsibilities early in their career, fostering professional growth.
Rewarding Package: Enjoy a generous remuneration package, including a discretionary year-end bonus, technology allowance, competitive leave, family support, health insurance, gym allowance, and more. The commitment to well-being extends to mentoring programs, hybrid work models, and continuous training and development.
If you have a minimum 2 years' UK post-qualification experience, a strong academic background, and expertise in litigation and arbitration disputes under English law, we want to hear from you. Take the next step in your career with this globally acclaimed team that values your skills and invests in your professional growth. Apply now to elevate your legal career with this esteemed organisation.
For more information about this role and a confidential discussion please contact Lee Walker at Chadwick Nott.
020 3096 4423/07867 039 975
*Where a level of experience is indicated, this is a guideline only and represents the amount of time we would usually expect a candidate to accumulate the requisite level of experience. This does not preclude applications from candidates with more or less experience.