Senior Litigation Lawyer

7 days left

Saudi Arabia, Riyadh
tax free, flights, medical, bonus
02 Mar 2018
30 Mar 2018
Peter Black
7 years+
Full time
Contract type

Senior Litigation lawyer
Saudi Arabia, US international
Must hold a full licence in Saudi Arabia.

Search is on the lookout for experiences Saudi Admitted Lawyer for a litigation position with a high profile US international law firm.

The firm is a leading US international firm who have been established in the GCC for several decades. Their presence is well known and their lawyers, across the GCC, regularly feature in legal 500, chambers and recommended articles in their chosen fields.

Litigation Lawyers should be confident in their ability in proceedings both in and out of court. Due to the international nature and profile of the law firm candidates are expected to have:

- Some level of exp in a leading law firm
- Proven capability in managing their own case load
- Confident in all forms of dispute resolution in the KSA and, ideally a common law jurisdiction
- Have a common law academic record at the very least. (but admittance would be preferred)

This is a high profile opportunity where the client the chosen litigation lawyer will be at the forefront of client dispute and expected to represent them overseas and in Saudi Arabia.

This is a positon where the calibre and of the litigation will be closely assessed on monitored.

The Salary expectant t for this role is variable but will; be around the £350000 - £370,000 mark.

Search is an equal opportunities recruiter and we welcome applications from all suitably skilled or qualified applicants, regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/beliefs, sexual orientation or age.

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