Commodities Lawyer, 1+ years PQE, London, National law firm - A new opportunity for an experienced Commodities Lawyer to join a friendly and supportive team. To apply or register your interest, please contact Rebecca Barry on 0121 454 1004 or email Rebecca.firstname.lastname@example.org with your CV
• Applications are sought from Commodities Lawyers with a minimum of 1 years PQE.
• The team has extensive expertise in providing dispute resolution services, as well as non-contentious advice, in relation to commodity sale transactions, their financing, hedging, regulation, insurance and carriage by sea and in-land.
• You will be responsible for advising on all aspects of international contracts for the sale of goods across all commodity sectors, advising on commodity trade finance facilities and instruments and running cases involving multi-jurisdictional and cross-border disputes
• You will be a team player with exceptional communication skills with a focus on client service and care.
• This leading and award-winning law firm delivers constant outstanding advice and strategic guidance spanning the full legal spectrum.
• You can expect to join a friendly and supportive working environment where the focus is on a balance between life and work.
• Competitive salary + extensive benefits and flexible working options.
HOW TO APPLY:
Contact Rebecca Barry at eNL on 0121 454 1004 or email Rebecca.email@example.com with your CV, or simply call for a confidential discussion. eNL will never share your CV with a third party without your express permission. As part of our candidate care process, we aim to respond to all applications in 7 days. If you have not been contacted within this timescale, your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion. Please note our advertisements use PQE/salary levels purely as a guide.
At eNL we value diversity and inclusion. We want to attract people at all levels and encourage applications from all suitably qualified candidates whatever your ethnicity, religion, age, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other characteristics protected by law in the jurisdictions in which we operate.