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Energy Disputes Paralegal (Arabic/Russian) - Dubai

Client of Jameson Legal Limited

Posted on October 3, 2019

2 - 3 years Dubai - United Arab Emirates

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About the Role/Client
An opportunity has arisen for a Paralegal to join the Dubai office of this renowned international law firm as an Energy Disputes Paralegal, with a particular focus on Oil & Gas issues. However, this is a fairly general role, and although relevant experience is desired, highly-experienced general paralegals may be considered.
In order to be considered for this role, you must have excellent academics including a law degree (preferably Western - min. 2:1 and top A level results (or equivalent))
Applicants who Have Arabic and/or Russian linguistic skills are of particular interest.
Applicants will need solid, relevant legal experience gained at a well-known law firm in the UAE, and currently located in the region. Your IT, communication (at all levels) and organisational skills must be exemplary.
Career progression in due course is a possibility for the right candidate.

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Energy Disputes Paralegal (Arabic/Russian) - Dubai

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