Private Practice

Incentives Associate

  • About the firm: Our employee benefits and incentives team advises across a broad range of sectors including financial services, insurance, healthcare, manufacturing, natural resources and real estate.
  • About the role: You should be confident in providing advice directly to clients, both listed and unlisted and will be expected to undertake both advisory work.
  • Looking for: We are seeking a Junior-level qualified lawyer who has had experience working in the area of employee benefits and incentives to join our well respected Incentives practice.
  • Opportunities: An established Associate Career Path Framework is in place clearly defining expectations and outlining opportunities for promotion.
  • And more: From time to time, secondment opportunities come up within other Ashurst offices in Europe, North America, Asia and Australia.

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