Private Practice

Commercial Dispute Resolution Associate

Commercial Dispute Resolution Associate

  • We are looking for someone with the ability to undertake High Court litigation as well as other dispute resolution processes.
  • You will be supporting Partners in larger matters as well as managing your own caseload.
  • You will act as a point of contact for clients while demonstrating a level of knowledge and skill commensurate with experience.
  • For this role, you must have previous experience in commercial litigation, ideally with a focus on financial services.
  • Experience or an interest in white collar/financial crime work is also looked on positively.

DAC Beachcroft LLP

DAC Beachcroft LLP is a leading international legal business with offices across Europe, Asia Pacific and Latin America.

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