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Senior Associate Construction Arbitration (Private Practice)


Dubai, Dubai
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Job Details

• Competitive Salary Plus Benefits
• Ref: 929655

Charterhouse is working with a leading Law Firm that has seen major growth over the past 12 months. Due to this expansion, our client is looking to hire a Senior Associate Construction Arbitration to join the team. Your key responsibilities will include client relationship management and business development activities with existing and potential clients. You will draft, review and negotiate documents and chair internal and external meetings. You will also be involved in taking a lead role in advising the client under appropriate supervision. This role provides a great opportunity to gain exposure to high quality, complex disputes and be mentored by some of the most notable Practitioners in the field. The successful candidate should have an excellent academic background and a broad range of relevant arbitration experience gained at an international firm with at least 5 years PQE. Due to the nature of the role our client is seeking a Native English Speaker.
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During the last ten years, Charterhouse Middle East has been operating across the UAE and GCC Markets. In many ways, we were the recruiter who established and set the standards within the regional recruitment industry benchmarking and innovating the service levels associated to Search and Selection.
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