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Silver Circle Law Firm

This leading global firm has been established for almost 200 years and has 26 offices across 16 countries and a number of referral relationships that enables them to offer the reach and insight of a global networks, combined with the knowledge and understanding of local markets. The firm enjoys world class capability and a prestigious global client base, with a reputation for successfully managing large and complex multi-jurisdictional transactions, disputes and projects and delivering outstanding outcomes for clients.

The environment practice is well-regarded for its experience providing environmental and safety-related advice on significant projects, complex M&A and energy transition-related transactions and on litigious matters. The team experts span the firm's UK, Australia, EU and Asia offices advising on all aspects of planning, environment and land access.

In regards to environmental matters, they advise on contaminated sites, nature conservation, biodiversity, vegetation management, water, circular economy, waste management, climate change, carbon trading, sustainability and environmental, social and governance (ESG) matters. They have extensive experience in helping clients respond to major environmental incidents.

The firm are now seeking an experienced solicitor to join their team in London. The ideal candidate will have gained experience in environmental law from another top-tier international law firm.

Please apply as directed or confidentially contact Aidan McAvinue at Search Legal for more information. Alternatively, if this role is not for you, I am working a variety of other Environment Law opportunities with ranked teams in the City London so would be interested to talk to any Environment lawyer.

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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