Private Practice

Marine, Trade and Energy Associate

Marine, Trade and Energy Associate

  • About the Firm: Penningtons Manches Cooper is a leading UK and international law firm which provides high quality legal advice tailored to both businesses and individuals.
  • About the role: We are seeking to recruit a mid-level Marine, Trade and Energy, Associate to work in our London office.
  • Looking for: A good knowledge of the Arbitration Act and trade and shipping body arbitration rules (including powers/duties and appeals) is essential. This role will also include some UK/overseas litigation, so a good knowledge of the procedures and requirements is required.
  • Opportunities: You will be afforded the opportunity to join our team which has a wealth of experience in advising on all aspects of international marine law, our marine, trade and energy practice enjoys an unrivalled reputation in its field
  • And More: The highly specialised marine industry demands total commitment, expertise and focus from its advisers to resolve both litigious and non-litigious issues. With a wealth of experience in advising on all aspects of international marine law, our marine, trade and energy practice enjoys an unrivalled reputation in its field.

Penningtons Manches Cooper LLP

Penningtons Manches LLP is a leading UK law firm which provides high quality legal advice tailored to both businesses and individuals.

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