Private Practice

Commercial Litigation Assoc.

Commercial Litigation Assoc.

  • We have an opening for an Associate to join our team, based in either Leeds or Sheffield
  • DLA Piper's disputes and regulatory team is the largest dedicated practice in the world
  • Richard Norman leads the 'technically brilliant' practice in Sheffield (Legal500)
  • Clients include Arqiva, Tata Communications, Atos and Birmingham City Council
  • The position offers scope for development and progression within a supportive environment
  • A good academic background and strong disputes experience required (1-5 years PQE recommended)
  • A competitive salary and benefits package is on offer

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