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EMEA

Practice group

Litigation & Dispute Mgmt

Office

Cardiff

Position type

Permanent

Summary

About Us

As a global top 10 law practice, Eversheds Sutherland provides legal advice and solutions to an international client base which includes some of the world’s largest multinationals

The Team

From our Cardiff team we conduct work for a wide range of banks, lenders, insurers and industry bodies. We handle a wide range of disputes, including litigation and contentious regulatory matters, working on both domestic and cross-border mandates. Examples of our work include: dealing with retail and consumer finance mis-selling disputes; pursuing high value cross-border recovery claims arising from intermediary fraud; pursing professional negligence claims arising from commercial and residential conveyancing transactions; dealing with commercial banking disputes; supporting financial services clients on internal investigations, past-business reviews and contentious regulatory investigations, for example on matters relating to financial crime compliance.

You will join a team of 40 lawyers and can expect to work on a range of matters, both handling cases of your own and supporting senior lawyers on larger and more complex matters.

The Role

The successful candidate will have a proven track record of taking responsibility for and managing a demanding caseload, building and developing client relationships, and working under pressure to meet deadlines, particularly in an active litigation context. This is a rapidly growing and dynamic team with great career prospects.

Typically, you will be NQ-3 years PQE with previous experience of Financial Services disputes, however that is not essential.

Due to Covid-19, the team are continuing their remote working, as we enter a post covid world the team are keen to keep a flexible working approach to the role and therefore we welcome applications from outside of Cardiff.

Skills and Experience

* You will possess strong technical skills and excellent academic qualifications.
* Ability to analyse complex factual situations and distil the key issues clearly and concisely
* Exceptional organisational skills as well as high attention to detail.
* A commitment to delivering first rate client service is essential.
* You should be a team player, client focused and a good communicator with a strong practical approach to your workload.
* Strong problem solving capabilities.
* ‘Can do’ attitude and prepared to go the extra mile to ensure we are able to meet our clients’ needs.

So if you’re looking for an opportunity to work within a fast paced, energetic team within an international firm, we’d like to hear from you.

Please get in touch with Clare Stokes if you would like to discuss anything about our application process or have any questions about the role and she will be happy to assist.

Job description

Job spec Associate FSDI Cardiff.docx – 325KB

Converted File Job spec Associate FSDI Cardiff.docx.pdf – 170KB
Region

EMEA

Practice group

Litigation & Dispute Mgmt

Office

Cardiff

Position type

Permanent

Summary

About Us

As a global top 10 law practice, Eversheds Sutherland provides legal advice and solutions to an international client base which includes some of the world’s largest multinationals

The Team

From our Cardiff team we conduct work for a wide range of banks, lenders, insurers and industry bodies. We handle a wide range of disputes, including litigation and contentious regulatory matters, working on both domestic and cross-border mandates. Examples of our work include: dealing with retail and consumer finance mis-selling disputes; pursuing high value cross-border recovery claims arising from intermediary fraud; pursing professional negligence claims arising from commercial and residential conveyancing transactions; dealing with commercial banking disputes; supporting financial services clients on internal investigations, past-business reviews and contentious regulatory investigations, for example on matters relating to financial crime compliance.

You will join a team of 40 lawyers and can expect to work on a range of matters, both handling cases of your own and supporting senior lawyers on larger and more complex matters.

The Role

The successful candidate will have a proven track record of taking responsibility for and managing a demanding caseload, building and developing client relationships, and working under pressure to meet deadlines, particularly in an active litigation context. This is a rapidly growing and dynamic team with great career prospects.

Typically, you will be NQ-3 years PQE with previous experience of Financial Services disputes, however that is not essential.

Due to Covid-19, the team are continuing their remote working, as we enter a post covid world the team are keen to keep a flexible working approach to the role and therefore we welcome applications from outside of Cardiff.

Skills and Experience

* You will possess strong technical skills and excellent academic qualifications.
* Ability to analyse complex factual situations and distil the key issues clearly and concisely
* Exceptional organisational skills as well as high attention to detail.
* A commitment to delivering first rate client service is essential.
* You should be a team player, client focused and a good communicator with a strong practical approach to your workload.
* Strong problem solving capabilities.
* ‘Can do’ attitude and prepared to go the extra mile to ensure we are able to meet our clients’ needs.

So if you’re looking for an opportunity to work within a fast paced, energetic team within an international firm, we’d like to hear from you.

Please get in touch with Clare Stokes if you would like to discuss anything about our application process or have any questions about the role and she will be happy to assist.

Job description

Job spec Associate FSDI Cardiff.docx – 325KB

Converted File Job spec Associate FSDI Cardiff.docx.pdf – 170KB
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