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Practice Overview

Linklaters specialises in advising the world’s leading companies, financial institutions and governments on their most challenging transactions and assignments. With offices in major business and financial centres, we deliver an outstanding service to our clients anywhere in the world.

Our dedicated competition lawyers work across Europe, the US, South America and the developing competition regimes of Asia. Clients come to us for expert, commercial advice on their most complex national, EU and global antitrust matters. The multi-national and multi-lingual nature of our team allows us to understand the national policy concerns that shape global competition policy and to maintain strong relationships with authorities and enforcement agencies across the globe. We regard a deep understanding of our clients’ business and strategy as essential to successfully defending their interests. Our ability to quickly get to grips with new businesses is a key strength.

Linklaters’ unrivalled competition law expertise covers merger control, cartels and dawn raids, competition litigation, market and sector investigations, abuse of dominance, state aid, public procurement and utilities regulation. Our eLearning tools also offer an economic and effective way of training lawyers and business managers on competition law issues.

Key Responsibilities and Challenges

Technical

* Taking initial instructions internally or externally, delegating where appropriate.
* Research, due diligence and information management.

Client Relationship Management

* Taking a lead role in advising the client under appropriate supervision.
* Providing commercial and legal advice to the client
* Demonstrating thorough market knowledge to identify current trends and concerns in relevant industry sectors. Able to present ideas to the client to resolve current market issues and anticipate potential problems.

Management

* Supervising team and demonstrating control (particularly of documentation) through effective delegation.
* Debriefing at the end of a matter or at other appropriate stages.
* Co-ordinating, coaching and monitoring the work of others to facilitate achievement of objectives.
* Effective organisation of documentation and project plans.
* Managing meetings effectively by setting clear objectives and agendas and encouraging other’s participation.

Business Development

* Networking with client to capitalise on new business opportunities.
* Contributing to quality know-how and transaction bibles and their upkeep.

Training

* Delivering practice specific training to develop junior associates.
* Coaching less experienced associates and trainees.
* Regularly giving and seeking clear performance feedback to/from others.

Characteristics, Skills & Experience required

Skills

* Able to maintain a polite and professional demeanour when dealing with clients
* Networking skills
* Organisational skills.
* Ability to communicate assertively when under pressure.
* Ability to influence using appropriate techniques.

Characteristics

* Innovative and practical
* Team player
* Proactive
* Commercially minded
* Motivates others

Practical experience

* 1 – 2 years’ post qualification experience
* Ability to understand an implement complex investment structures in a multi-jurisdictional environment

Office skills

Ability to leverage IT tools and resources to further the exchange of high-quality know how

Commercial Skills

Experience of client/business relationships

Please note this role will be open from 30 September 2020 to 29 October 2020. A competitive remuneration package will be offered.

This list of duties and responsibilities above is not exhaustive. It is intended to describe the general content of, and requirements for, the performance of this job. As such, the role may also include the undertaking of additional tasks as required.

Job Offer Scams

Be alert to fictitious job opportunity posts and offers of employment which claim to be in the name of Linklaters. We have been made aware of various recruitment-related scams which ask for upfront payments, for example, for office equipment and promise start up bonuses and reimbursement in return for such payments. These scams often involve the use of email addresses similar to a genuine domain name. Genuine emails from Linklaters only use the domain of “@linklaters.com”. We will never ask you to make payments for office equipment or otherwise as part of our recruitment process. If you are in doubt about a job opportunity that appears to relate to our firm, please get in touch with us.

Pre-joiner screening

In the event that we make an offer to you, and where local legislation permits, we will conduct pre-engagement screening checks that may include but are not limited to your professional and academic qualifications, your eligibility to work in the relevant jurisdiction, any criminal records, your financial stability and references from previous employers. Your offer will be subject to the successful completion of these checks which will be initiated following your consent.

Equal Opportunities

As a responsible business, it is important that we represent the diversity of our people, our clients and our communities. We know that diversity makes us a better law firm and helps us attract the best talent, drive innovation with diversity of thought, and deliver the best experience to everyone who comes into contact with us. We recruit on the basis of merit, irrespective of age, disability, gender, gender identity, race or ethnicity, marital status, religion, sex, sexual orientation or any other status protected by the laws or regulations in the locations where we operate.

Selection decisions, and the reasons for those decisions, are recorded at each stage of the selection process. Selection criteria and, where appropriate, technical skills tests are in place to measure an individual’s ability for the safe and effective performance of a job. Those involved in recruitment and selection decisions and processes are also provided with guidance on diversity issues. If you require reasonable adjustments to be made during the selection process, please talk to a member of the recruitment team so that any required adjustments can be made in advance. Specific experience requirements advertised on a role do not intend to preclude applications from candidates who may have more or less experience. Our intention is only to indicate a guideline as to the necessary skills for the role as described.
Practice Overview

Linklaters specialises in advising the world’s leading companies, financial institutions and governments on their most challenging transactions and assignments. With offices in major business and financial centres, we deliver an outstanding service to our clients anywhere in the world.

Our dedicated competition lawyers work across Europe, the US, South America and the developing competition regimes of Asia. Clients come to us for expert, commercial advice on their most complex national, EU and global antitrust matters. The multi-national and multi-lingual nature of our team allows us to understand the national policy concerns that shape global competition policy and to maintain strong relationships with authorities and enforcement agencies across the globe. We regard a deep understanding of our clients’ business and strategy as essential to successfully defending their interests. Our ability to quickly get to grips with new businesses is a key strength.

Linklaters’ unrivalled competition law expertise covers merger control, cartels and dawn raids, competition litigation, market and sector investigations, abuse of dominance, state aid, public procurement and utilities regulation. Our eLearning tools also offer an economic and effective way of training lawyers and business managers on competition law issues.

Key Responsibilities and Challenges

Technical

* Taking initial instructions internally or externally, delegating where appropriate.
* Research, due diligence and information management.

Client Relationship Management

* Taking a lead role in advising the client under appropriate supervision.
* Providing commercial and legal advice to the client
* Demonstrating thorough market knowledge to identify current trends and concerns in relevant industry sectors. Able to present ideas to the client to resolve current market issues and anticipate potential problems.

Management

* Supervising team and demonstrating control (particularly of documentation) through effective delegation.
* Debriefing at the end of a matter or at other appropriate stages.
* Co-ordinating, coaching and monitoring the work of others to facilitate achievement of objectives.
* Effective organisation of documentation and project plans.
* Managing meetings effectively by setting clear objectives and agendas and encouraging other’s participation.

Business Development

* Networking with client to capitalise on new business opportunities.
* Contributing to quality know-how and transaction bibles and their upkeep.

Training

* Delivering practice specific training to develop junior associates.
* Coaching less experienced associates and trainees.
* Regularly giving and seeking clear performance feedback to/from others.

Characteristics, Skills & Experience required

Skills

* Able to maintain a polite and professional demeanour when dealing with clients
* Networking skills
* Organisational skills.
* Ability to communicate assertively when under pressure.
* Ability to influence using appropriate techniques.

Characteristics

* Innovative and practical
* Team player
* Proactive
* Commercially minded
* Motivates others

Practical experience

* 1 – 2 years’ post qualification experience
* Ability to understand an implement complex investment structures in a multi-jurisdictional environment

Office skills

Ability to leverage IT tools and resources to further the exchange of high-quality know how

Commercial Skills

Experience of client/business relationships

Please note this role will be open from 30 September 2020 to 29 October 2020. A competitive remuneration package will be offered.

This list of duties and responsibilities above is not exhaustive. It is intended to describe the general content of, and requirements for, the performance of this job. As such, the role may also include the undertaking of additional tasks as required.

Job Offer Scams

Be alert to fictitious job opportunity posts and offers of employment which claim to be in the name of Linklaters. We have been made aware of various recruitment-related scams which ask for upfront payments, for example, for office equipment and promise start up bonuses and reimbursement in return for such payments. These scams often involve the use of email addresses similar to a genuine domain name. Genuine emails from Linklaters only use the domain of “@linklaters.com”. We will never ask you to make payments for office equipment or otherwise as part of our recruitment process. If you are in doubt about a job opportunity that appears to relate to our firm, please get in touch with us.

Pre-joiner screening

In the event that we make an offer to you, and where local legislation permits, we will conduct pre-engagement screening checks that may include but are not limited to your professional and academic qualifications, your eligibility to work in the relevant jurisdiction, any criminal records, your financial stability and references from previous employers. Your offer will be subject to the successful completion of these checks which will be initiated following your consent.

Equal Opportunities

As a responsible business, it is important that we represent the diversity of our people, our clients and our communities. We know that diversity makes us a better law firm and helps us attract the best talent, drive innovation with diversity of thought, and deliver the best experience to everyone who comes into contact with us. We recruit on the basis of merit, irrespective of age, disability, gender, gender identity, race or ethnicity, marital status, religion, sex, sexual orientation or any other status protected by the laws or regulations in the locations where we operate.

Selection decisions, and the reasons for those decisions, are recorded at each stage of the selection process. Selection criteria and, where appropriate, technical skills tests are in place to measure an individual’s ability for the safe and effective performance of a job. Those involved in recruitment and selection decisions and processes are also provided with guidance on diversity issues. If you require reasonable adjustments to be made during the selection process, please talk to a member of the recruitment team so that any required adjustments can be made in advance. Specific experience requirements advertised on a role do not intend to preclude applications from candidates who may have more or less experience. Our intention is only to indicate a guideline as to the necessary skills for the role as described.
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