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International exposure has always been a key perk for lawyers working in the Energy sector and with a variety of work in construction it as an exciting market to be involved in. A market leading international law firm has retained Wadkins Associates in their search for a talented dispute resolution lawyer to join their construction team here in London.
You will be joining an award-winning construction team who has acted for both leading domestic corporations and international energy giants in the construction of power stations, roads and public infrastructure. The team has a reputation for being open and collegiate whilst maintaining a clear progression route.
You will be involved in contentious work in the construction sector, cting on behalf of the full range of clients involved within a project. The partner is involved with exciting disputes internationally including in Asia, the Middle East and across Europe.
Our client is looking for an England and Wales qualified lawyer with at least 2 years PQE with a background in contentious work. International experience would be desirable but not necessary, although you must be open to working internationally (particularly in the Middle East region).
If you are interested in this opportunity, please contact David Comins.
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A longstanding client is looking to grow their London office with a mid-level dry shipping lawyer.
This is an exciting opportunity to do complex, lucrative dry shipping work for some of the biggest shipowners in the market. You will also have a chance to tackle top end commodities and offshore related matters. Furthermore, our client is also one of the rare firms that tackle ship finance disputes.
Some of the key draws of this position include:
You will ideally be England & Wales qualified and between 3 to 5 PQE. Experience in dry shipping matters and or commodities and mining law will be an advantage.
If the above role has caught your interest, do get in touch for more information.
Our services have been retained by a longstanding client in their search for a Claims Manager for their London office.
Our Client is an IG P&I Club which has grown over the years into a stable, international presence.
You will be joining the Claims and Contract review team, reviewing offshore related contracts such as Heavycon, Supplytime and projects contracts in respect of specialist operation such as construction and installation.
The key advantages of this opportunity include:
You will be either common law qualified with at least 3 PQE or have at least 3 years of contract review experience gained within a P&I Club. Any experience in the offshore market will be an advantage.
If the above opportunity is of interest, do get in touch to find our more.
A well-established international law practice has enlisted our support to grow their contentious Oil & Gas Practice in the UK.
This is an exciting opportunity for a mid-level oil and gas associate to join an award-winning team, in a growing area of practice. The team has a broad range of legal capabilities, which include construction, infrastructure and energy law.
You will be working on construction and engineering disputes in adjudication, litigation and arbitration.
Some of the key draws of this job include:
This role is open to common law qualified lawyers of between 2 to 5 PQE. Any exposure to contentious construction or energy disputes will be an advantage.
If the above role is of interest, do get in touch.
The highly ranked, future facing Power team of an internationally renowned law firm are looking to expand with the addition of a mid-to-senior lawyer for their Glasgow office.
You will be joining a small and well-run team with a collegiate atmosphere. The hiring partner is well-regarded and receives instructions from leading project sponsors.
The work regularly involves a broad range of some of the worlds leading energy companies, developers and project financiers on some of the highest value transactions and renewable energy projects in the UK and advising major players for power projects in Europe, Africa and South America.
The key draws of this job include:
You will be England & Wales and/or Commonwealth qualified with at least 3 years PQE and a background in energy, projects, construction or oil and gas work. The hiring partner is known to value ambition and autonomy.
If the above role has caught your interest, do get in touch for a discreet conversation.
Our services have been retained by a leading international law firm in their search for an experienced lawyer for their construction practice here in London.
This is a rare opportunity to work with a driven, dynamic and inclusive practice, advising leading businesses, financial institutions, and government entities on some of the biggest construction projects in the world.
Your main scope of work will involve Power Projects, with a focus on renewable energy. You will also be exposed to some real estate development, transport infrastructure and restructuring work.
From speaking with the hiring partner, the key draws of this job include:
Due to the complexity of the work, you will be at least 4 PQE, with a background in construction law. Ideally, you specialise in energy projects, EPC or infrastructure. Common law qualified lawyers will be considered, but our client has expressed a preference for England & Wales or Australian qualified lawyers.
If the above position is of interest, do get in touch.
A leading international law firm has requested our support in their search for an Oil and Gas Lawyer for their London office.
You will be joining a large, well established practice and market leading Oil and Gas team who provide advice to clients all around the world, on all aspects of the industry.
You will be advising international clients on all aspects of Oil and Gas, including transportation and offshore projects. This is also a chance to do complex, high value M&A work for some of the biggest businesses in the sector.
The key draws of this job include:
Common law qualified lawyers of around 3 PQE with experience in commercial, corporate, projects, oil and gas work will be considered. Experience drafting and negotiating oil, gas, LNG and LPG sale and purchase agreements will be an advantage too.
If the above position is of interest, do get in touch to find out more.
We are currently assisting a longstanding client with the hire of Senior Compliance Counsel for their London office. A multinational shipowner and operator the business does significant work in the offshore oil and gas space.
The business has experienced steady growth over the last 5 years. They have a growing legal team scattered globally and following a recent appointment of a new General Counsel, a Compliance Manager is their next key hire.
You will be working closely with the General Counsel in the planning and implementation of current new compliance policies. The role involves leading and managing ethics functions, CoBE related systems and corporate compliance review and ensuring continuous improvement of implemented systems.
You will be a key figure in pushing this side of the business internationally, working closely with teams in the Americas, Europe and Asia.
Due to the seniority of the role, our client is keen to hold conversations with senior lawyers qualified in England and Wales, who have gained compliance experience within an international establishment. Those with experience within the shipping and offshore sectors will be at an advantage.
For a detailed conversation about the intricacies of the compliance role and the nuances of the client please get in touch.