Private Practice

Conflicts of Interest Co-ordinator

Conflicts of Interest Co-ordinator

  • We are looking for a Conflicts of Interest Coordinator to join our highly-regarded team at Baker McKenzie, Belfast.
  • The department assists Partners in complying with ethical and legal duties to avoid conflicts of interest and in meeting professional responsibility obligations.
  • With managerial support, you will provide all aspects of support to the Firm, its Partners and Offices with regard to all tasks relating to conflicts management and process Conflicts Management Requests submitted via the conflicts management system.
  • You will have the ability to make effective, accurate decisions, judgment calls and reliable recommendations with support from team members and Management, where necessary.
  • You will have the ability to engage and collaborate with team members locally and across other Global Services locations.

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