Our client, a top rated European-headquartered law firm, is globally recognised for its shipping expertise. The firm holds strong presence in the world’s most active shipping clusters, and Maritime law is a cornerstone practice for the firm; they’re known as one of the biggest names in the industry, and the lawyers are relied upon by maritime industry clients for counsel concerning the industry’s most high profile and business-critical cases and transactions.
The firm is now interested in speaking with established Partners with broad dry shipping litigation experience. This might include (non-exhaustively) P&I and Defence work; Charterparty, bill of lading and COA matters; MOA sale & purchase disputes; and Admiralty work (ie. including collisions, groundings and total loss).
A broader practice incorporating some non-contentious work such as ship or terminal building contract review, design/procurement contracts for terminal expansion and/or shipment/storage contract advisory, might be of interest too.
This role is based in London.