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High Profile Regulatory Counsel Role

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11 March 2013
25 March 2013
Vacancy Type
Experience Level
Competitive salary and benefits package

Further information

JTI is a leading global tobacco company operating in over 120 countries. Our market-leading brands are sold worldwide.

An exciting opportunity has now arisen for a lawyer to join JTI’s UK legal team. You will advise on high profile regulatory challenges which are of key importance to the business and will also take the lead on a variety of regulatory matters including product regulation. In addition to these responsibilities, you will also be involved in a wide variety of commercial matters ranging from supply and distribution agreements to advertising and marketing activities.

To succeed in this role, you should have at least 5 years’ PQE and ideally will have had some previous regulatory experience, gained either in-house at an FMCG company or as a specialist private practice lawyer. If the latter, it is likely that you will have practised in the litigation or competition departments of a City firm which specialises in advising clients in regulated industries.

This is a role which sits at the heart of the business and is vital to its day to day operation. As such you will be highly visible across the organisation and can be sure of plenty of client contact and interaction. The work will be both intellectually-challenging and high profile but at the same time you will be very much part of a close-knit legal team.  

We are looking for someone who is committed and passionate. In return, you will not only have the opportunity to develop new skills and forge a long term career within a highly successful international business but will also receive a competitive salary and highly attractive benefits package.

For further information or to apply, please contact our exclusively retained consultants Nick Creed or Sam Baker at Baker Creed on 020 7871 1560 or email  All direct or third party applications will be forwarded to Baker Creed for consideration.