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Associate (German Speaking)

Associate (German Speaking)

  • Herbert Smith Freehills are seeking a German-speaking Associate (1-4 years' PQE) to join our Dispute Resolution team
  • This role will entail a range of contentious insurance work, including coverage disputes and some advisory work
  • You will also need to build solid commercial and legal expertise and strengthen relationships with clients
  • Candidates should speak fluent German and have experience working on the discovery process of German documents
  • Whilst being qualified to practice in Germany would be beneficial, it is not required for this role

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