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Antitrust, Competition, and Trade Associate

Antitrust, Competition, and Trade Associate

  • About the firm: Our ACT practice is the world’s pre-eminent antitrust practice and offers unrivalled expertise in international, EU and national competition law matters.
  • About the role: There are a number of associates working in the Freshfields Hub in Manchester, with a range of specialisms. This role is for an associate with experience in antitrust, competition and trade.
  • Looking for: You should have a strong technical and commercial background in ACT, with the ability to apply this to the needs of the firm’s clients through the services delivered by the Freshfields Hub.
  • Opportunities: Our Hub associates benefit from a generous compensation package and a clear career path, with opportunities for development and promotion.
  • And more: Also in this role, you'll manage the Hub’s delivery of services on significant cases and investigations, working closely with colleagues in other offices.

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