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Top Firm - Environment Managing Associate 6+ - Strong Brand

Noble Legal Limited
England, Bristol
Closing date
26 Jun 2024

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Vacancy Type
Solicitors, Private Practice
Experience Level
Mid Level, Senior Level
Full Time
Practice Areas
4-6 Years, 7+ Years

Job Details

A leading Bristol firm is looking to hire a managing associate into their environmental practice.

The team takes on many specialist areas of regulation, from biodiversity and climate change to water regulation and regulatory defence. The Managing Associate will also benefit from a high-level clientele, including leading manufacturers and commercial developers, public sector organisations and environmental regulators. They will manage their own workload and play a key role in mentoring more junior fee-earners in the team.

The firm is taking applications from those with six years of experience post-qualification from a recognised environmental practice, or those from a transactional practice who are keen to transition. A solid academic background is also required.

This is an outstanding opportunity for those looking for a specialised team with which to further their practice, offering significant responsibility, a strong national brand and high-quality work.

For a confidential chat, please don't hesitate to call (0)20 3667 7634 and ask for one of our dedicated consultants.

The clients we represent and Noble Legal are open and inclusive employers, who seek to understand, encourage and celebrate diversity, making them a place where a sense of belonging is fostered.


With more than 50 years combined recruitment experience, Noble Legal are experts in placing private practice and in-house lawyers in London, Hong Kong, Singapore, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Paris and Brussels. We work on behalf of top tier firms and blue chip co’s.

Company info
020 7691 2888
First Floor
330 High Holborn
United Kingdom

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