Private Practice

Solicitor - Dispute Resolution

Solicitor - Dispute Resolution

  • Our DR practice is led by 12 partners and currently has 58 associates and 17 trainees. As an evidence associate with us, you will potentially work with any of the partners in the DR group and also those from outside the group, giving you the opportunity to see a wide range of working styles and strategic approaches.
  • The practice encompasses the whole range of commercial and financial disputes including banking litigation, competition litigation, contractual and other commercial disputes, administrative law matters and energy/infrastructure disputes.
  • You will be involved with investigations carried out by the FCA, SFO, European Commission, CMA, HMRC and overseas investigating agencies.
  • You will have the ability to develop and work in a fast paced, intellectually challenging environment in addition to Excellent efficiency and project management skills.
  • You will be an effective communicator with an eye for detail.

Slaughter and May

Slaughter and May is a leading international law firm with a worldwide corporate, commercial and financing practice. The firm provides incisive advice while ensuring real value for money, and a professional service of the highest calibre. Slaughter and May is recognised throughout the business and legal community for its ability to help its clients realise and develop commercial opportunities, no matter how challenging the setting.

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