Private Practice

Competition Associate

Competition Associate

  • About the team: Our lawyers work on the full spectrum of antitrust and competition regimes, including complex litigation cases, investigations by competition authorities, merger control, competition compliance programs and commercial arrangements.
  • About the role: Work will range from UK and EU merger control, cartel investigations, market investigations, commercial agreements to conduct.
  • Looking for: You should have extensive, in-depth knowledge of UK and EU competition law issues gained within private practice.
  • Opportunities: This role is ideal for an Associate who is looking to join an ambitious practice and make a direct contribution to its success and growth.
  • And more: We are a truly global law firm and as such, always welcome hearing from those with foreign language capabilities.

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