Private Practice

Dispute Resolution Associate

  • About the Firm: Freshfields is a leading international law firm, with over 2,800 lawyers working in over 150 countries and 70 languages. The world's biggest international organisations rely on us to help them make the right decisions in a fast-changing world.
  • About the role: Our work includes a broad range of commercial disputes and work in specialist areas such as administrative and public law, antitrust litigation, banking and financial services, business and human rights, commercial litigation, construction and engineering, environment, global investigations, intellectual property and data protection, international arbitration, product liability, public international law, regulatory, restructuring and insolvency and white-collar defence/corporate crime.
  • Looking For: We are looking for your 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; your interest or involvement in business development activity and innovation, including legal technologies; and your ability to manage and deliver projects, working across multiple teams and disciplines.
  • Opportunities: You will have the opportunity to manage the Hub’s delivery of services on significant cases and investigations, working closely with colleagues in other offices; and to determine the scope of work required on new DR mandates in the Hub, in collaboration with the partner, other lawyer or client, including: agreeing deliverables and the appropriate level of project management/oversight; determining the appropriate legal tech solutions that can be used to support the project; and pricing.
  • And more: You will have the ability to manage and deliver projects, working across multiple teams and disciplines; to advise and influence key stakeholders including partners and the firm’s clients; and to work internationally with an appreciation for substantive legal/procedural and cultural differences between jurisdictions.

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