Competition Lawyer

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City of London, England, London
26 Sep 2017
24 Oct 2017
Emily Oakes
Sector/Practice Area
Banking/Finance, Competition/EU
Vacancy Type
Full time

A competition lawyer is wanted by an outstanding global practice in London. Based in the heart of the City, this role will suit a litigation specialist who is looking to be part of a heavyweight firm and move into a more established team, with only the best client base. The salary package is guaranteed to be lucrative, plus benefits and bonus scheme.

My client is an international brand with a considerable 'City' establishment and exceptional team of employees. They are known on a wide scale for their commercial sector work, particularly competition, corporate, finance and private equity. The anti-trust and competition team is top ranked and carries a number of awards, as well as being led by an experienced and industry known specialist.

The successful competition lawyer will join this highly ranked department as an Associate and will have a nice case load of broad competition issues, including: complex anti-trust matters, merger and dominance issues, as well as damages actions and cartels.

The ideal candidate will have competition law litigation experience, have a stellar academic record, and trained and qualified with another high calibre international law firm. Someone at the 2-4 year PQE level will be a perfect fit!

To be considered for this role for a competition lawyer to join a truly fantastic firm in the heart of London, offering professional development from an international platform, then apply now or call to discuss on a confidential basis.

Chadwick Nott Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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