Firm

Our client is a band 1 international top tier law firm covering more than 20 jurisdictions across the world. The firm has a global reputation for providing excellent quality of work. If you are looking for a firm that will allow you to work on some of the biggest matters in the market and grow your career then this is a great opportunity.

Role

The role will be based in the firms litigation practice and will cover;

  • Work on class actions
  • Work on the best complex commercial disputes across a wide range of sectors
  • Be involved in mediation and International Arbitration matters
  • Act on cross-border matters involving multiple stakeholders and jurisdictions
  • Work under some of the top partners in the market and with a collegiate team
  • Varied workload involving financial disputes, regulatory investigations, energy and mining disputes, environmental issues

 

Required experience, skills and attributes

To be considered, you will need to demonstrate:

  • Excellent academic ability and at least 4+ years of post-qualification experience;
  • Proven commercial litigation experience;
  • Exposure to class actions;
  • Effective leadership capabilities;
  • Confidence in liaising with high profile clients;
  • A strong desire to work on high profile matters.

 

Opportunity

This is a great opportunity for a recently promoted or experienced Senior Associate who is looking for a large, prestigious firm to progress their career. It will be a challenging leadership role with a very competitive remuneration package and the opportunity to develop your management skills.

 

For more information or to apply

Contact Anna, International Legal Recruitment Consultant, via details below:

T: +61 (0) 0423941714

E: anna@egconsulting.com.au.

Apply now

To Apply please contact Thomas Eckardt on +612 9043 8734 or via email at teckardt@egconsulting.com.au.

Alternatively, please click apply below to send us your CV.

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