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Tax Disputes Associate

Tax Disputes Associate

  • Bird & Bird are currently seeking a Senior Tax Disputes Associate to join the team in our London office
  • Our international team provides the complete range of business tax advisory and dispute resolution services
  • This role will suit an experienced practitioner looking for a good spread of interesting work in a friendly environment
  • Candidates for this role will have experience of and be able to manage large tax disputes and investigations
  • The successful candidate will be encouraged to develop towards Legal Director in a matter of 2-3 years

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