Private Practice

Dispute Resolution Associate

Dispute Resolution Associate

  • Linklaters are currently seeking a Dispute Resolution Associate (3+ years' PQE) to join our team in London
  • We offer a first-class dispute resolution service, including litigation, arbitration and regulatory investigations
  • Your role will include tasks such as taking initial instructions, legal research and drafting/reviewing documentation
  • You will have a broad range of experience in a comparable law firm and a keen interest in aspects of Litigation law
  • You will also need exceptional networking, organisational, communication and team-working skills

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