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Professional Support Lawyer - Commercial Litigation

Professional Support Lawyer - Commercial Litigation

  • We require a Commercial Litigation Professional Support Lawyer within the London Disputes Professional Support team, working alongside PSLs specialising in international arbitration and white collar.
  • This role will provide professional and knowledge support to the London office lawyers in respect of commercial litigation and English substantive law, including preparing updates, articles, presentations, collating precedents and developing templates, developing training programmes and maintaining relevant databases and intranet sites.
  • You'll also assist with other projects as required by partners involved with the Commercial Litigation/London Disputes practice at White & Case.
  • You'll have to filter and contextualise new legal information so that the partners and associates receive only relevant information with useful commentary.
  • Prior PSL work experience is desirable but not necessary.

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