Private Practice

Arbitration Associate

Arbitration Associate

  • We are looking for an associate with a strong international arbitration background.
  • 3 PQE & experience of commercial arbitrations, investment treaty arbitration and public international law is required.
  • You will join the specialist international arbitration group which consists of 4 partners, 1 counsel and ~20 associates.
  • You'll represent clients in complex, high-value commercial arbitrations conducted under all the major arbitral rules.
  • We're looking for a motivated lawyer who has sound practical experience, business judgment & interpersonal skills.

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