The role will involve advising on complex, multi-jurisdictional and high value disputes in relation to civil fraud including asset tracing, asset freezing orders, injunctions and third party disclosure orders. A significant amount of work will involve disputes conducted either fully or in part outside the UK, including in the Middle East, USA, India, Russia and offshore financial centres. The work is likely to be fast-paced and will involve sometimes working under high pressure.
- Ideally a newly qualified lawyer (NQ) with some experience of civil fraud gained within your training contract.
- A demonstrable passion for fraud litigation.
- Exposure to and experience of assisting applying for an obtaining injunctive relief.
- Strong academic record.
- Strong communication skills and the ability to explain complex information clearly and concisely.
- Excellent writing and drafting skills.
- Good teamwork skills and the ability to communicate effectively with people at all levels are essential.
- Candidates are expected to be pro-active and take the initiative both in relation to the development of their development and their relationships with key clients/contacts.
Please note that this job profile is not an exhaustive list of duties but merely an outline of the key components of the role. You may be required by your line manager to take on additional responsibilities when requested.
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Please contact Liam at 07734239152 or message me on Linkedin at athttps://www.linkedin.com/in/liamflahertybaltimore/
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