Private Practice

Assoc., Contentious Regulatory

Assoc., Contentious Regulatory

  • Exciting opening for a Lawyer to join our Dispute Resolution team specialising in Financial Services Regulatory matters
  • We're known as a 'Dispute Resolution powerhouse that consistently tops the rankings across the world' (Chambers)
  • You'll be providing financial services clients with advice, assistance and representation ...
  • ... in dealing with contentious regulatory compliance problems including advising on compliance risk management
  • You'll have 2-4 years post qualification experience and excellent academics

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