Private Practice
  • Exciting opening for a Risk Paralegal to join our team based in London
  • You'll support the Conflicts and New Client Team with Anti-Money Laundering checks on new clients
  • You'll also provide administrative and project support to CNCT
  • You should have completed your LLB and/or have received relevant experience in a legal or financial environment
  • You'll have familiarity with searching databases as well as conventions

Linklaters LLP

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International Tax Round-up - June 2020

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Open for investment but not exploitation: UK foreign investment gets a v2.0 upgrade

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The English High Court recently set aside a Tribunal’s award on jurisdiction because the tribunal wrongly determined that a party to the arbitration

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