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My focus is recruiting at associate and senior associate level for leading firms throughout Europe and the Middle East. I enjoy great satisfaction from being trusted to provide advice on significant career moves and important hires. I'm proud to be part of a talented team that is seen as "partner of choice" within our specialism.
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.
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.
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.