Clients today need flexible
resourcing solutions to meet the changing demands of the
marketplace. Simmons & Simmons has always been willing to adapt
and embrace new forms of service delivery to meet changing client
demands. Simmons Adaptive is a flexible resourcing solution to meet
client requirements at the same high quality you expect from Simmons
& Simmons. We understand that our firm is equal only to the
strengths of our people and place great emphasis on recruiting and
retaining staff who meet our high standards.
As an Adaptive consultant, you will
be fully supported by the Simmons & Simmons team with a
sponsoring Partner and a client team with whom we would encourage
you to engage on a regular basis. You will have access to the firm's
resources and know- how and have the opportunity to be involved in
training and development at the Firm.
Main purpose of the role:
Simmons Adaptive are keen to hear from Competition
Lawyers who are interested in full time and ad-hoc legal consultancy
This role would suit a Competition lawyer trained with
a top tier legal institution with upwards of 3 years PQE, legal
consultants of any level experienced are invited to apply.
Qualified lawyer with strong Competition experience
Training from a top tier law firm
Motivated and self-starting - the ability to work
Quick thinking and detail driven
Good communication skills are crucial
Organised and proactive in your approach
Simmons & Simmons is a leading international law
firm, providing clients with commercially aware legal advice,
whenever and wherever they need it. We have over 1,600 people
situated in key business and financial centres across Europe, the
Middle East, and Asia.
With experience working on some of the
largest cartel investigations and merger control matters in Europe,
our practice has the expertise to act on the most complex of cases.
Our teams in Belgium, France, Germany, the
Netherlands and the UK collaborate closely on national and
European-wide matters. We also represent clients directly before the
courts in competition infringement and State aid cases. Working with
our internal e-discovery team, we can process the vast quantities of
data in such cases with ease and efficiency.
We work in lean, hands-on teams, so that
our clients have direct access to the partners and associates on
their case. The advice we give is practical, conclusive, and built
on a thorough understanding of your business and the wider market.
This deep knowledge enables us to keep you
up to date on developments in competition law that affect you.
That's why we're trusted by a huge range of clients in the finance,
life sciences, technology, transport, water, and energy sectors,
along with government and regulatory bodies.
We are committed to
promoting equality and diversity in the firm and to equal
opportunities in employment.
We believe in equality of opportunity regardless of
race or racial group (including colour, nationality, ethnicity,
national origins), religion or belief, age, disability, sexual
orientation, sex, gender re-assignment and gender identity,
marriage and civil partnership, and pregnancy, maternity and
paternity. This also includes any incidents of perceptive or
associative discrimination and harassment.
At Simmons & Simmons we seek to attract and retain talented
people from a diverse range of backgrounds and cultures, to create
an exciting and rewarding place to work. We are supportive of
flexible working arrangements wherever possible and we would
encourage you to discuss this with us, should this be something
you are interested in.
All recruits of Simmons & Simmons will be required
to go through our background screening process. Depending on the
position you apply for this may include a Disclosure & Barring
Service (DBS) certificate. We undertake not to discriminate
unfairly against any subject of a DBS certificate on the basis of a
conviction or other information revealed. The firm's policy on the
recruitment of ex-offenders is available on request.