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As a recognised world-leader for shipping with the largest fleet in the world, Greece represents 19% of the global shipping capacity and presents an incontestable location for those wanting to work at the heart of the sector. Our client continues to lead the shipping law sector in Greece with a growing team and a growing reputation.
Our client offers a chance to work in the true heart of the shipping sector with first-hand interaction with ship-owners and operators. Renowned for their shipping litigation work, our client is looking to further expand their Piraeus office with the hire of an exceptional candidate that will aid and contribute to the company and its growth.
Two internationally recognised partners are looking for an exceptional associate with experience in shipping litigation to assist them with their caseload which focus predominantly on dry shipping. It presents a unique opportunity to work on complex and interesting litigation and arbitration cases with two remarkable partners; one of whom is recognised internationally as one of the top ten shipping lawyers.
The role would ideally suit someone with between 1 and 4 years of post-qualification experience, with a preference for those qualified in England and Wales. If you have shipping litigation experience and believe you have the necessary skills and experience, we look forward to hearing from you.
As Wadkins Associates have an incontestable relationship with this company and these partners, and unrivalled expertise in the sector, we will be able to assist you to ensure you represent yourself to the best of your ability. You will be working with an exceptional partner who will value your contribution. An excellent salary and benefits package will also be available.
For more information on the position; to discuss the market and opportunities; or if you would like guidance on the next step in your career, please do not hesitate to contact us on 0203 633 0962.
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