Private Practice

Dispute Resolution Associate

  • About the firm: Our work includes a broad range of commercial disputes and work in specialist areas such as administrative and public law, antitrust litigation, and banking and financial services.
  • About the role: The associate will also be involved in business development activities relating to the solutions that the Freshfields Hub can offer to clients of the firm in the DR space.
  • Looking for: We're looking for a strong technical and commercial background in DR with the ability to apply this to the needs of the firm’s clients through the services delivered by the Freshfields Hub.
  • Opportunities: Our Hub associates benefit from a generous compensation package and a clear career path, with opportunities for development and promotion.
  • And more: We'd also like you to be proficient in the application of legal technologies in disputes and/or investigations.

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