What type of law firm is Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer?
Freshfields is the leading firm for complex US M&A, litigation, governance and regulatory work, ranked by Chambers in Band 1 across the six areas of antitrust, corporate/M&A, dispute resolution, international arbitration, tax and public international law.
What makes Freshfields different?
Freshfields’ is ranked highly for its expertise in merger control, competition litigation and antitrust matters. Freshfields acts on many of the biggest competition matters each year. The firm recently advised AB Inbev on the third largest merger in corporate history.
How do you get into Freshfields?
What is the process for me? If you have been qualified in your jurisdiction for under four years, you would be eligible to apply for our training contract in the usual way. If you have more than four years’ qualification, you can apply to Freshfields via an open vacancy on our general careers page.
What is Freshfields famous for?
On a national level it’s ranked top for international arbitration – in fact, Freshfields is a world leader in international arbitration according to Chambers Global, along with corporate/M&A, dispute resolution and a handful of other practices.
How much do Freshfields partners earn?
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer offices London The Magic Circle firm has revenue of £1.59bn for the year ended 30 April, up 5%, and profit per equity partner of £1.91m, also up 5%.
Is Freshfields a good place to work?
Freshfields is a great and interesting workplace to work in. High levels of professionalism is constantly shown and there’s always new skills and opportunities present.
What is it like working at Freshfields?
Our work is complex at Freshfields, and while it can be difficult, it’s enriching. You will face problems you haven’t seen before. You’ll meet interesting and friendly people, and you’ll always work in teams.
Why do I want to work at Freshfields?
We find our lawyers choose Freshfields because of the quality and international nature of our work. We serve demanding clients, with needs in every possible corner of the world. Like other international law firms, we have offices in many capital cities, and we have busy, sometimes long, working days.
What type of lawyer is paid the most UK?
A simple rule of thumb is that corporate and commercial law fields pay well, personal service law fields pay not so well. Corporate and commercial solicitors can be earning £100k and upwards, personal service law fields (aka high street solicitors) earn up to around £50k in most cases.