Private Practice

Tax Associate (NQ-2 PQE)

Tax Associate (NQ-2 PQE)

  • About the Firm: Mayer Brown is one of the world’s leading business law firms with offices in key financial centres across the Americas, Asia and Europe and an association with Tauil & Chequer Advogados, in Brazil.
  • About the Role: We are seeking t recruit a Tax Associate, with 0-2 years’ PQE, to work in our London office.
  • Looking for: Among your many attributes, we are looking to secure your experience from a highly ranked City practice or team; your excellent people skills and a good, clear communication style; your ability to work effectively within an established, close-knit team; and your ability confidently to interact with clients and develop business pro-actively.
  • experience to become involved in the work of the Group, which involves considerable standalone tax advice and structuring as well as transactional matters (corporate, finance and real estate). A significant proportion of the Group’s work is international in scope with cross border issues.
  • And more: You will have a good, clear communication style; a commercial and pragmatic outlook; and be self-motivated and possess a pro-active attitude.

Mayer Brown International LLP

Mayer Brown is a distinctively global law firm, uniquely positioned to advise the world’s leading companies and financial institutions on their most complex deals and disputes. With extensive reach across four continents, we are the only integrated law firm in the world with approximately 200 lawyers in each of the world’s three largest financial centers—New York, London and Hong Kong—the backbone of the global economy.

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