Private Practice
  • About the Firm: CMS is an international law firm with leading businesses throughout Europe, The Middle East, Asia and beyond. We create sustainable and rewarding futures for our clients, our people and our communities.
  • About the role: The market-leading Energy Group at CMS is looking to bring in an ambitious Associate to be part of the future facing Energy and Oil & Gas Team in Aberdeen.
  • Looking for: Among your key attributes, we are looking to secure your experience of transactional, projects and/or supply chain work in the oil and gas sector in the UKCS and/or internationally; and your experience drafting and negotiating oil, gas, LNG and LPG sale and purchase agreements.
  • Opportunities: As a member of the UK Oil & Gas Team you will work on a broad range of complex, high value, and high profile M&A transactional, projects and supply chain work for top tier clients within the oil and gas sector across the UKCS and internationally working closely with many household names in the energy sector.
  • And more: You will possess strong commercial acumen and business development skills; and a commitment to professional development and understanding the industry.

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