Private Practice
Life Sciences Regulation
Life Sciences Regulation
  • Herbert Smith Freehills are seeking a Pharma/Life Sciences Regulatory Consultant (8+ years' PQE) to join us in London
  • Our team advises global pharmaceuticals and life sciences companies on their most important products
  • You will service existing client needs in areas such as market access, pricing, regulatory issues and pharmacovigilance
  • You will also proactively build client base through direct engagement with potential clients in UK and Europe
  • Candidates should have experience of working with/connections at the UK MHRA, ABPI and NICE, and also at EMA
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