Private Practice

Commercial Associate

  • About the Firm: According to the British legal newspaper, The Lawyer, Addleshaw Goddard was ranked 15th largest law firm in the UK by turnover in 2006. It was ranked 91st in the world by the same periodical. Two years later the firm remained ranked 15th nationally (by turnover) in The Lawyer's UK 200 Annual Report. More recently Addleshaw Goddard ranked 21st in The Lawyer's top 200 firms in 2011.
  • About the role: We are seeking to appoint a Commercial Associate, with 3-5-years PQE, to work in our Aberdeen office.
  • Looking for: Among your key attributes, we are looking to secure your ability to provide pragmatic, robust and tailored advice and ability to communicate advice not only in writing but also to clients in meetings and calls.
  • Opportunities: You will be afforded the opportunity to cover the full range of commercial legal work from contract and outsourcing requirements, non-contentious IP advice, data protection, freedom of information and consumer contracts.
  • And More: In addition to your interest in the energy sector in particular and experience in handling oil and gas contracting, you will be a team player who relishes the opportunity to work on national and international commercial work advising clients in our chosen sectors.

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