Private Practice

Dispute Resolution Associate

Dispute Resolution Associate

  • About the team: Bird & Bird LLP is an international law firm which supports organisations being changed by technology or the digital world.
  • About the role: The post holder will work on a broad range of dispute resolution matters for a range of clients across our key industry sectors which include Technology & Communications, Life Sciences, and Aviation and Financial Services.
  • Looking for: You will be a good 'all-round' commercial disputes lawyer; have received solid legal training and gained experience in a leading city firm.
  • Opportunities: The firm offers excellent prospects for progression and our culture provides all our people with world-class support to achieve their ambitions and goals.
  • And more: Exposure to international clients and regulatory work would be advantageous, as would arbitration experience, although this is not essential.

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