Mayer Brown

International Arbitration Lawyer

Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 months ago(6/2/2022 3:39 AM)
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Mayer Brown is a leading global law firm with offices in 27 key business centres across the Americas, Asia, Europe and the Middle East. With approximately 200 lawyers in each of the world’s three largest financial centres — New York, London and Hong Kong — we are uniquely positioned to advise leading companies and financial institutions on their most complex legal needs. We have deep experience in high-stakes litigation and complex transactions across industry sectors, including our signature strength, the global financial services industry.


We are a collegial, collaborative and diverse firm where highly motivated individuals with an unwavering commitment to excellence receive the opportunity, support and development they need to grow, thrive and realise their greatest potential. We also encourage all our people to use their skills to support the wider community through our pro bono and community volunteering programmes. At Mayer Brown the principles of mutual respect, dignity and understanding are central to the way we work and help to provide an environment where diversity and inclusion are embraced.

Qualifications / Person Specification

An exciting opportunity to work in a busy and award winning practice, with significant amount of energy arbitrations (including LNG disputes), construction and infrastructure disputes, and wide range of commercial disputes.


  • Minimum UK PQE 2-6 PQE.
  • Energy disputes experience, including LNG disputes experience highly preferred.
  • Investment treaty arbitration and litigation advocacy experience a plus.
  • Second working language proficiency a plus.
  • Law degree from a reputable school with strong academic track record.
  • Good drafting skills.
  • Dynamic, self-motivated, resilient and able to work under pressure.
  • Good team player, with strong interpersonal skills.
  • References and written assessment may be required.


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