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For those lawyers looking to strike the balance between good quality work, client interaction and reasonable hours our client are a valued alternative to private practice in shipping litigation.
An IG Club with offices internationally their London team has had continued success, especially over the last 10 years, attracting and retaining top talent from the international law firms with high quality work, good rates of pay and excellent training.
Following their success they are now looking to grow their London office with the addition of a junior lawyer. You will be getting involved in a broad range of claims in the offshore sector, both FD&D and P&I and despite joining at a junior level can expect training and support off excellent ex-private practice lawyers throughout your career.
If you have 1 or more years of experience as and England and Wales qualified lawyer working on both wet and dry matters, this is a rare and exciting opportunity to join a thriving club with excellent pay scales and benefits.
For more information please get in touch with Piers Riley on 0203 633 0962.
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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.
A well-regarded City Law Firm has recently retained our services in their search for a Master Mariner.
This is a rare chance for a master mariner with seagoing experience to join a leading private practice with a strong wet shipping team. Ideally, you will also have experience on cargo ships.
From our discussions with the hiring partner, the other key advantages of this role include:
If the above role is of interest, do get in touch for more information.
We have just received fresh instructions from a well-reputed City Law Firm which is looking to grow their dry shipping practice here in London.
Your work will focus on dry shipping where you will be acting for high profile clients.
From our conversation with the hiring partner, some of the key draws of this job include:
You will be between 2 to 8 PQE and common law qualified, with England and Wales qualified lawyers having an advantage. Due to the focus of the practice, a background in dry shipping will be preferred.
If the above role has caught your interest, do get in touch for a discreet discussion.
We are currently supporting a long standing client to continue the expansion of their transportation group. We have successfully hired a number of partners and associates for the team in the past and are able to provide detailed advice to help you decide if this firm is right for you.
Our client is a global international law firm with a long established marine and energy team. Operating across litigation, finance and projects on behalf of an international marine and energy client base, the firm is keen to further strength their team with the hire of a partner with expertise in offshore oil & gas.
The firm is able to offer the incoming partner a platform from which to strengthen an existing client base. They have institutional clients and the opportunity to benefit from instructions sent to London from their international offices. This firm are known for their generous remuneration packages at both fixed share and equity partner level.
For a detailed insight into the firm, the partnership team and remuneration, please get in touch.
A longstanding client has retained our services in their search for a senior lawyer for a leadership position in their London or Scandinavian office. Given our past successful experience recruiting for them, we look forward to assisting you throughout the application process.
You will oversee and coordinate the casualty and major claims project teams of our client. You will support, guide and manage the teams of claims directors, claims managers and claims executives who will be working on said processes.
Some of the key advantages of this job include:
Given the importance of this position, you will be common law qualified with at least 6 years of wet shipping experience. In addition, you will ideally have managed teams, processes and ran casualty projects independently. Do note that this role could require you to travel to casualties.
If the above role is of interest, do get in touch for a discreet discussion.
In light of increased work, an IG P&I Club has enlisted our services to grow their London Office. This is a rare opportunity for an experienced shipping lawyer to join a strong and stable P&I Club in one of their largest offices.
You will be doing a mix of both FDD and P&I work, being the first port of call for members.
From our conversation with the hiring manager, some of the key advantages include:
You will be a common law qualified lawyer with at least 5 PQE. England & Wales qualified lawyers will be at an advantage, however. You will also ideally have a background in dry and/or wet shipping.
If the above role has caught your interest, do get in touch.
Our client is an international top-tier commodities firm with a strong reputation within shipping and trade. The team leads the industry rankings within commodities and is known for representing the largest trading houses internationally.
They have asked for our assistance in hiring a mid-level commodities litigation lawyer. We have worked closely with both the hiring partner and the overall team previously and so we have a good understanding as to what benefits the role offers, some of which we have included below:
The aim for the next hire is to bring in a talented litigator who is keen to get immediately involved in cases and business development. For more information about the team, the firm and the partner please get in touch. We would be happy to have an in depth discussion about the role and the benefits.
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.