Private Practice

Financial Services PSL

Financial Services PSL

  • Herbert Smith Freehills are seeking a Financial Services PSL (6+ years' PQE) to join our team in London
  • You will coordinate with specialist PSLs, contentious and non-contentious, in our litigation and other divisions
  • Among other tasks, you will assist on business development initiatives and advise on complex technical client problems
  • Experience in private practice, as well as being an FSR specialist or in banking or financial services, is essential
  • This position is currently available on a full-time or part-time basis as a twelve-month fixed-term contract

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