Junior to Mid-Level Projects, Energy, & Infrastructure Lawyer
Clifford Chance is one of the world's leading law firms, helping clients achieve their goals by combining the highest global standards with local expertise. The firm has unrivalled scale and depth of legal resources across the three key markets of the Americas, Asia and Europe and focuses on the core areas of commercial activity: capital markets; corporate and M&A; finance and banking; real estate; tax; pensions and employment; litigation and dispute resolution.
We have the world's leading international finance practice and act on many of the financial markets' ground-breaking deals and have become trusted advisers to the corporations and financial institutions that define the global markets.
The Projects, Energy & Infrastructure Group in London focuses on the development and financing (both greenfield and brownfield) of assets across oil & gas, power including renewables, mining and infrastructure, including PPP and is part of the firm's highly integrated Worldwide Projects Group.
We are looking for a junior to mid-level lawyer with projects, energy, and infrastructure experience in one or more of the areas that we handle.
The international flavour of our work is well matched by our multi-jurisdictional environment. We are particularly interested in recruiting from well respected City and International law firms, and we also welcome applications from lawyers from leading firms in other jurisdictions. In all cases you should have first class legal ability coupled with a practical commercial approach, excellent drafting and communication skills and enjoy being part of a friendly outgoing team.
In order to provide outstanding client service, we need to understand, anticipate and fulfil the unique needs and expectations of each client. We call this "Client Focus" and to help deliver this core part of our business strategy, we want to recruit lawyers who not only have the very highest level of technical skills but are also Client Focused. We are looking for lawyers who:
- can demonstrate a keen interest and enthusiasm to learn about our clients' business;
- can work in teams, sharing knowledge and motivating and coaching their juniors and contributing to overall success;
- are empathetic, responsive and reliable;
- are commercial and innovative in the solutions they deliver to clients;
- are good at fostering relationships with clients
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