Private Practice

Finance Associate - Shipping

Finance Associate - Shipping

  • About the Firm: Stephenson Harwood is a law firm with 1100+ people worldwide, including more than 180 partners. Our headquarters are in London, with 10 offices across Asia, Europe and the Middle East.
  • About the role: We are currently seeking an associate to join our Ship Finance team.
  • Looking For: We are looking to secure your extensive experience of working in the shipping industry; your knowledge of shipping law and its proven application; your essential experience and knowledge of working across multiple jurisdictions, including Asia; and your experience of business development, preparation of pitches and relationship building.
  • clear, concise and unambiguous preparation and drafting of documentation; working within commercial litigation team, specialising in international arbitration and conducting legal research using internal and external knowledge management resources.
  • And more: You will be enthusiastic and entrepreneurial, with both excellent accuracy and attention to detail, and verbal and numerical communication skills.

Stephenson Harwood LLP

Stephenson Harwood is a law firm with over 1100 people worldwide, including more than 180 partners. Our people are committed to achieving the goals of our clients - listed and private companies, institutions and individuals.

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