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    Media / Human Rights / Art & Cultural Property / Data Protection Dispute Resolution Solicitor - Lond

    Job Description

    A fantastic opportunity for an experienced Dispute Resolution Solicitor to join a leading firm in London and specialise in Media Law, Human Rights, Data Protection, or Contentious Art & Cultural property.

    The Firm

    Our client is a London-based, full-service law firm, specialising in providing straightforward advice to entrepreneurial businesses and individuals on domestic and international matters.

    The firm has grown substantially in recent years, including two mergers and an office move. They are one of the only London-based law firms with a large private wealth offering alongside significant business law capability.

    The Team

    The Commercial Dispute Resolution team serves a wide range of innovative & entrepreneurial clients, from individuals through to multinationals. The team's experience covers all forms of commercial dispute resolution including litigation (both domestic and overseas), appellant work, arbitration, and mediation. They work across a wide range of sectors and deploy a bespoke strategy based on their clients' specific commercial objectives and budgets. 

    The team is the largest in the Dispute Resolution department and enjoys a close-knit collegiate feel.

    Their focus centres on the following workstreams: arbitration, civil fraud, and contentious insolvency. The team’s media and human rights work covers a broad spectrum and is often headline-making, with clients including global media organisations, publishing houses, NGOs and charities, individuals, and corporates. The team regularly deals with high-profile and complex disputes.

    The Opportunity

    They are now seeking a Senior Associate to join their Commercial Dispute Resolution team. The ideal candidate will have excellent general litigation experience with a keen interest in at least one of the following distinct areas:

    • Media law, including defamation & privacy, IP, and free speech
    • Human rights – including Business & Human Rights – the Ruggie Principles
    • Contentious data protection
    • Contentious Art & Cultural property

    The Candidate

    Ideally, you will have strong technical experience in complex and varied litigation, preferably with proven experience in contentious media, data protection, or human rights matters. The successful candidate will have strong intellectual and analytical abilities with a keen eye for detail and accuracy.

    Please do not hesitate to contact Paul Burgin on 0203 355 2262 or Paul@hunterslegal.com