Senior English Qualified Litigator - CIS Disputes Practice - London
Partner Designate Role - London Based - CIS Dispute Resolution!
Top tier law firm in London seeks to hire a Senior English Qualified Solicitor specialising in international arbitration and global dispute resolution matters to represent its high profile CIS based client base.
With a particular focus on shareholder disputes, your role will involve managing high value and complex cross-border commercial disputes in the English High Court and international arbitration in the full range of arbitral forums including the LCIA.
It is seeking to bring a top quality senior English qualified litigator on board in a 'partner designate' role, initially to be based in Moscow for 6 -12 months, and later to return to London on a permanent basis but with regular travel to Moscow where a number of key clients are based.
Your profile as a lawyer should be as follows:
- Excellent academics;
- English qualified Solicitor;
- From 5 years' + post qualified dispute resolution experience with a top international law firm in London;
- Specialism in CIS focused disputes;
- Russian language skills a plus (but not obligatory);
- Willingness to spend time in Moscow when needed;
- Partnership aspirations.
On offer is a challenging career opportunity for an impressive UK qualified lawyer with partnership aspirations to make his/her name in taking a leadership role in managing the Russian/CIS Dispute Resolution Practice of a dynamic and high profile firm in London.
Turner Marke is a niche legal recruitment consultancy, which focuses exclusively on legal recruitment assignments involving the Commonwealth of Independent States region. For the past ten years, we have been actively involved in placing over 100 lawyers amongst the top employers in Moscow, Russia.
With many years of specialist C.I.S. legal recruitment expertise, we are uniquely well placed to advise on current recruitment trends and legal vacancies in the region. Our remit covers all legal positions, from Junior Associate to Partner level and General Counsel appointments, both in private practice and in-house.