Private Practice

Conflicts Manager

Conflicts Manager

  • Dentons is the world's largest law firm, delivering quality and value to clients around the globe. Dentons is a leader on the Acritas Global Elite Brand Index, a BTI Client Service 30 Award winner and recognized by prominent business and legal publications for its innovations in client service, including founding Nextlaw Labs and the Nextlaw Global Referral Network.
  • Dentons is always looking to invest in the highest-quality talent, recognising that our success is built on the diverse and unique strengths of each of the members of our Firm.
  • Within the role, you will handle legal conflict of interest matters, and be involved in leading commercial clearances across Dentons offices.
  • You will be able to interact positively at all levels within the firm and be a good team player.
  • You will have strong problem solving and analytical skills; and can clearly explain and present problems and issues to others and contribute to their resolution.

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