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Commercial Dispute Resolution Associate (4-6 PQE)

  • About the Firm: Penningtons Manches LLP is a leading UK law firm which offers a broad range of legal services tailored to the needs of businesses and individuals from offices in London, Basingstoke, Cambridge, Guildford, Oxford and Reading.
  • About the Role: We have a vacancy for an associate with four to six years’ PQE to join our busy commercial dispute resolution team in London.
  • Looking for: We are looking to secure your general commercial litigation experience as well as a sound knowledge of the CPR and making interim applications, together with your experience of IT/IP work, shareholder disputes, banking disputes, regulatory work, insolvency and attending trials.
  • Opportunities: You will have the opportunity to work with a diverse client base. Our clients range from private individuals and owner managed businesses to multi-national corporations, public companies, professional partnerships, banks and financial institutions.
  • And more: Strong personal and business development skills are required for this role as it will involve regular contact with clients and other professional advisers.

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