Ever dreamed of working in London? (Competition Litigation Roles)

Burgess Paluch Legal Recruitment

London based roles; global law firm; thriving practice; engaging work; comp lit; fantastic culture; competitive $$$; career defining role

  • Relocate to London with this global powerhouse law firm
  • Incredible opportunity for competition litigation lawyers
  • Career defining role
The opportunity: Fancy a scenery change? Excited by the idea of working in a cosmopolitan city while having the option to spend your weekends is Paris or Berlin?

Our client, a global powerhouse law firm are looking for bright and driven Australian lawyers with backgrounds in competition litigation to join its thriving London office. You will work in a supportive, energetic, friendly and social environment and be provided the platform needed to develop your legal skills and take your career to the next level.

This is a rare opportunity to work in one of the financial capitals of the world. This kind of international experience with a highly rated global firm will not only add great value to your career and CV but it will make for a truly unforgettable experience. 

What you will do: You will work alongside the partner/co-head of the Competition Litigation Team and other leading lawyers on a range of complex and intellectually stimulating competition matters. Some of the matters you will be involved with include cartels, merger controls, market investigations, abuse of dominance and anti-competitive conduct.

Skills/Experience: You will have between 1 to 6 years of PQE as a competition litigator gained at a top tier/leading law firm. You will have a minimum of distinction average in law and be eager to relocate to London.     

- Central London location
- Leading $$$
- Blue chip clients and highly contested matters
- Social activities 
- Professional development and excellent learning
- Career progression opportunities

If you are interested in hearing more about this role please contact Jas Bassi at 03 8676 0331 or email Jas@bplr.com.au. Alternatively, if the above role is not exactly what you are looking for, please feel free to contact me to discuss other opportunities.