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WCC/Investigations Lawyers 1-6PQE – US Firm, New Team

Reference: AJ9631EG
Job type: Permanent
Location: UK - London
Practice areas:
Crime
Litigation
Having established one of the strongest white-collar defence and fraud investigations practices in the United States, this leading US law firm has now launched a white-collar crime practice in London to complement its existing global platform. Following a recent high-profile partner level hire, the firm are now seeking associates to support the growing team.

The role will involve acting predominantly for corporates, as well as some work acting for individuals, advising on large-scale fraud, bribery, and money-laundering matters. Ideal candidates will be between 1-6 PQE with solid corporate crime experience gained at a firm that is well-regarded in this area.

This is a fantastic opportunity for an ambitious WCC lawyer to join a growing team where they can play a key role in the growth of the practice.

Apply on line or contact ALICE JENKINS at alice.jenkins@edwardsgibson.com or +44 207 153 4903 to find out more about this or similar opportunities.

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