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Global Investigations Lawyer - 6+ PQE

Ref #: GI
Kissoon Carr 14/09/2020
Location: London Not Disclosed London
Salary: Market Rate £
Sector:
Type: Permanent
Seniority: Mid/Senior Level
Date: 14/09/2020
Global Investigations Lawyer - 6+ PQE

At Kissoon Carr we are currently engaged with a leading international law firm (Top 20 UK Law Firm) in their search for an experienced White-Collar Crime lawyer to come and join their market-leading Global Investigations Team as a Managing Associate and contribute to the growth of the practice.

+6 PQE Global Investigations Lawyer (Managing Associate) – London

Level of Role Managing Associate

Department Litigation - Global Investigations

Reporting Line Partner

Location London

About the team

A leading international law firm with a long and premium heritage, a remarkable client base including FTSE 100 companies and an exceptional breadth of services across a number of sectors such as energy, life sciences, mining, healthcare, real estate, hotels and Leisure and retail and consumer.

The Global Investigations team sits within the wider Dispute Resolution Department (Legal 500 award winning team). This is a cross-border and cross-disciplinary practice that advises on bribery and corruption, money laundering, fraud, economic sanctions, export controls, market abuse, and other criminal and regulatory matters. The team assists clients with investigations extend to the UK, France, Germany, Brazil, Dubai, India and offshore jurisdictions and led by the Serious Fraud Office, National Crime Agency, HMRC and FCA among others.

About the role

The successful candidate will work closely with Partners in the Global Investigations team. The role will involve working on a mix of criminal and civil/regulatory investigations into corporates and individuals, however it is likely that you will focus more on corporate criminal investigations, defence and advisory work, including but not limited to complex and bribery and corruption, money laundering and fraud.

You will bring and defend high-profile and high-value matters in both civil and criminal courts and run your own investigations with the appropriate support and will be expected to be involved in business development activities and in the supervision and development of junior team members.


About you

  • Stellar academic achievement with a minimum 2:1/1:1 degree.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and proven negotiation skills.
  • At least 6 PQE in a top practice or obtained in-house.
  • Ability to manage complex investigations for high-profile clients
  • Ability to take the lead and support complex matters.
  • Ability to delegate to and supervise others effectively.
  • Willing to support business development activity.

The Benefits

The firm prides itself on its supportive and collaborative and friendly and approachable culture and has built a strong reputation for nurturing their talent. They offer a competitive salary and benefits package with excellent prospects for career progression.

How to apply

If interested in this opportunity, please apply today or contact Maria Guerrero at Kissoon Carr for a confidential chat.

At Kissoon Carr we are committed to promoting diversity and equality of opportunities across organisations and we welcome applications from suitable candidates regardless of race or racial group, religion or belief, age, disability, sexual orientation, sex, gender re-assignment and gender identity, marriage and civil partnership, and pregnancy, maternity and paternity.

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