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(UK) London, Insurance/Reinsurance Litigation Lawyer - Hogan Lovells

We are currently seeking an Insurance/Reinsurance Litigation associate to join our Insurance practice with 2-3 years PQE (UK).

Hogan Lovells is one of the leading global law firms.  Our distinctive market position is founded on the exceptional breadth of our practice, on deep industry knowledge, and on our 'one team' global approach. We have around 2,500 lawyers operating out of more than 40 offices in the United States, Europe, Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia. With a presence in the world's major financial and commercial markets, we are well placed to provide excellent business-oriented advice to our clients locally and internationally.  Our people are the key to our success, which is why we seek to recruit and retain the most talented individuals in all regions of our global practice. 

Our international insurance team has extensive experience of advising insurers, reinsurers, intermediaries and corporate policyholders on all aspects of insurance and reinsurance in the UK.   Their advice ranges from the regulation of insurance business operations, insurance mediation, the regulation, drafting and distribution of insurance products, agency and coverholder arrangements, captive arrangements and insurance outsourcing. The practice also has experience of advising on non traditional insurance and reinsurance structures such as industry loss warranties, catastrophe bonds and other insurance derivative instruments and trading arrangements.

Candidate Profile:
We have opening for a first rate insurance/reinsurance lawyer. Experience gained within a top tier firm is preferred.  It is essential that candidate has a strong academic background (minimum 2.1 degree) with excellent written communication and drafting skills. The successful candidate will also have outstanding technical skills, together with the ability to build relationships with clients and colleagues and work well in a team. The ideal candidates will be between two to three years post qualification experience (or equivalent experience). The majority of the work undertaken is contentious although there is the opportunity to be involved with some non-contentious matters.