Private Practice

Administrative and Public Law

Administrative and Public Law

  • Administrative and Public Law litigation in a leading group within a leading firm
  • Providing quality service at the heart of the new global business landscape
  • Working with the firm's leading regulatory litigation group, as a firm ambassador, and as a mentor
  • Representing large multinational companies in litigation and advice concerning regulatory difficulty
  • EDF Energy; Virgin Trains; BAA Limited; KPMG
  • Technical, litigation and case management; as well as client base building
  • Salary range approx. £112,000 to £124,000

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