Litigation Lawyers (x2) - 2-8 PQE - Caribbean (£££)

Location
British Virgin Islands
Salary
£100000 - £140000 per annum
Posted
29 Apr 2021
Closes
27 May 2021
Ref
PMJ-PO-10884
Contact
Jameson Legal
Job Title
Associate
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

This direct instruction is from the head of litigation of a leading offshore law firm. Seeking a number of high-calibre litigators to join their successful and collegiate team, these are great opportunities to move to the Caribbean.

You would be joining a group working on international cases for a global client base including corporates and major financial institutions. Key areas include insolvency, fraud, company disputes, and general multi-jurisdictional commercial cases.

You will be a commercial litigation solicitor at a City, offshore, or tier one national firm and have between two and eight years' PQE. Insolvency and advocacy experience will be an advantage but not necessarily essential.

The firm pays a salary equivalent to high City rates, on which minimal tax is taken. In addition you will get a full benefits and relocation package.

These new positions are based in a location with world-class beaches, a fantastic climate, and a high standard of living.

To discuss this opportunity in more detail and in the strictest confidence, please submit your details or contact Philip Jennings, Director.

Jameson Legal acts as an employment business for temporary recruitment and as an employment agency for fixed term contract and permanent recruitment.

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