Commercial Litigation Lawyer

Recruiter
Origin Legal
Location
Cayman Islands (KY)
Salary
Expected range of USD175k-USD190k, tax-free, bonus, full benefits, relocation assistance
Posted
19 Feb 2021
Closes
19 Mar 2021
Ref
JMH.820CX
Job Title
Lawyer
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Commercial Litigation/Dispute Resolution Lawyer – leading offshore law firm - 5-6 years’ pqe – Cayman Islands

The Role

  • Exposure to high-value cross-border commercial and insolvency disputes.
  • Smaller team with market leading experts, ideal environment for career development.
  • Associates encouraged to play an active part in business development.
  • Nice culture, ambitious and quality driven but relaxed and non-hierarchical.
  • Global firm, growing in Cayman, excellent opportunities for progression.

Requirements

  • 5-6 years’ pqe from a top-tier City/equivalent law firm or a leading set of commercial chambers.
  • Admitted in the UK or equivalent Commonwealth jurisdiction (Australia/New Zealand/Canada).
  • Experience in high-value general commercial disputes.

Cayman Islands

  • Caribbean climate and lifestyle – the beaches, diving and sailing are world-class.
  • Large, sociable ex-pat community, easy to settle.
  • Easy access to Miami and opportunities to travel throughout the region.
  • Strong legal sector with a global reputation for excellence.
  • Tax-free.

Process

  • Interviews conducted over videoconference, in-person meetings not required.
  • Expected start date mid-2021.
  • Contact us now to discuss the role or for a general chat about the Cayman/offshore markets.

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