Relocate to London – AUS / NZ Litigation Associates (2+ PQE) – Opportunities at Elite US Firms

Location
London (City of), London (Greater) (GB)
Salary
Excellent
Posted
01 Apr 2021
Closes
29 Apr 2021
Ref
DR5627JC
Contract
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Experience Level
Junior Level, Mid Level, Senior Level

We have been instructed by a number of leading US firms that are currently recruiting into their Commercial Litigation teams, and are welcoming applications from Australian and New Zealand-based candidates who are interested in relocating to London.

Candidates must have at least 2 years of post-qualified experience in high-value commercial disputes gained from a top-tier firm in any of the major cities in Australia or New Zealand.  A strong academic record is also a pre-requisite to apply.

US firms are able to offer market-leading salary packages, far in excess of what is available in the Australian and New Zealand markets. Relocation assistance, and sponsorship are also available to the right candidates.

Duke and Rawson have extensive experience assisting lawyers to relocate from Australia and New Zealand to London, and will be able to answer any market and career-related queries for the move. 

For an initial discussion where confidentiality is assured, please contact Joe Colling on 0207 374 4778 or joe.colling@dukerawson.com

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