Private Practice
  • 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.
  • The Role: We are currently seeking an associate to join our Marine and International Trade team.
  • Looking For: Among your many attributes, we are looking to secure your relevant experience from a top tier firm in a Marine and International Trade Practice; your resilient with the ability to handle setbacks and pressure; and your willingness to take responsibility early on.
  • Opportunities: The opportunities afforded to you will include but not be limited to, actively managing case progress; acting as the key contact point clients, experts, and barristers; drafting witness statements, and other court documents; drafting inter parties’ correspondence; and legal and procedural research and drafting advice.
  • And more: You will have the ability to work with a diverse range of clients, many of whom come from business cultures that are very different to England, possess excellent academic and professional qualifications; have an active interest in business development activities; and any foreign language skills would be advantageous, although are not mandatory.

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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