Competition Knowledge Lawyer

England, London
£Top US
13 Feb 2021
13 Mar 2021
Marian Lloyd-Jones
Practice Area
Competition / EU, Litigation
PQE Level
10+, 5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Full Time


A highly ranked global law firm.


A new position for a Knowledge Management Lawyer to join the firm's Litigation & Trial department in London, with a focus on supporting its Antitrust & Competition practice.

Your role will be to monitor current legal developments for the Litigation & Trial Department in London, keeping the attorneys abreast of these developments and leading the team's thought leadership efforts.

You will have a particular focus on the Antitrust & Competition practice but will also provide support where possible to the Complex Commercial Litigation and White Collar Defence & Investigations practices.

The role will include, inter alia, monitoring current legal, regulatory and market practice developments and preparing communications and tailored thought leadership materials for attorneys and clients.

You will also manage and coordinate the creation and delivery of knowledge assets for the department, supporting attorneys in the group to work as efficiently as possible.


With 4pqe+ to senior level, you will have gained experience in an antitrust and competition practice at a leading international law firm.

Additional experience in a KM Lawyer role focusing on antitrust and competition will be viewed positively but is not essential.

This role offers an outstanding job opportunity and welcoming environment

Lipson Lloyd Jones Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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