Private Practice

Dispute Resolution Associate

Dispute Resolution Associate

  • About the Firm: We are City lawyers with an uncompromising focus on quality, value and our clients' commercial success.
  • About the Role: We specialise in general commercial litigation and international arbitration. There is a focus on civil fraud as well as warranty claims and shareholder actions. The role would be to work with any of the five partners in the core areas but might also involve investigations and enquiries.
  • Looking for: We are looking to secure your expertise and excellent litigation experience, ideally with previous experience in handling a broad range of cases and some arbitration familiarity.
  • Opportunities: This role provides an opportunity to become involved in a broad spectrum of cases including: breach of contract; shareholder disputes; employment disputes that result in High Court litigation; civil fraud disputes; and more general commercial litigation and international commercial arbitration.
  • And more: You will have sound time management and communication skills are essential; and will also be highly motivated to work both autonomously and as part of a team.

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