Vacancies

Are you good at Fraud?

EMM is the market leader in private prosecutions. We have an unrivalled track record in conducting major criminal prosecutions and regulatory work, around fraud, corporate dishonesty and financial crime.

EMM is seeking further to reinforce its existing team specialising in civil fraud and complex commercial disputes whether arising from crypto fraud, the diversion of business opportunities and breaches of fiduciary duty or involving claims for deceit, conspiracy, and secret profits.

We believe that this is a perfect opportunity for a senior associate in a full-service law firm, who is looking for a dynamic and responsible role in a boutique firm whose culture places its people and their careers at the front and centre of the firm’s strategy in a stimulating, inspiring work environment where the work promises intellectual challenge and variety.

For the right candidate, there will be immediate opportunities to participate in the leadership group around EMM’s civil fraud practice and to move into the partnership when the time is right.

If this sounds as if it would suit you and you would like to hear more, please pick up the phone.  We are dying to speak to you.

A more detailed prospectus can be found below.

5+ years PQE Lawyer to Assist Boutique Civil Fraud and Commercial Litigation, and Private Prosecution Practise

Contact:                     Ashley Fairbrother

Location:                   London         

Vacancy Type:           Private Practice

Contract:                   Permanent 

Hours:                       Full Time

Practice Areas:          Civil fraud and commercial litigation

PQE:                           5+ (2:1 degree or above)     

Experience:               Civil fraud claims (essential), High Court commercial disputes (essential), applications for interim relief (ideally).

Salary:                        Depending on experience

Skills Required:

You will have a minimum of five years of PQE of civil fraud claims and general commercial litigation. You will have experience of providing client guidance on all aspects of the civil  process and have a strong working knowledge of the Civil Procedure Rules. You will have experience in representing clients in a range of commercial disputes and ideally have a specific understanding of the causes of action which typically form part of civil fraud proceedings and ideally, have experience in cryptocurrency and digital asset disputes, as well as pre-action disclosure applications. You will be familiar with case management systems and time recording.

  • Extensive working knowledge of civil fraud law.
  • Specific experience in pursuing and defending claims involving allegations of fraud.
  • Enthusiastic, dedicated, hard working and passionate about your work.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills as well as the ability to think on your feet and use your initiative. 
  • Attention to detail and getting to the route of factual and legal issues.
  • Ability to work effectively with others in a team to achieve desired outcomes.
  • Ability to communicate clearly and explain the law in a clear, accessible and concise manner
  • Ability to research, analyse and evaluate information and instructions to make informed judgements

Work may include:

  • The investigation and preparation of civil fraud cases, including very complex fraudulent and commercial transactions
  • Liaising with and taking instructions from the client in the day to day management of cases
  • Managing a range of cases for a range of clients
  • Drafting instructions to counsel and expert investigators and collating accompanying documents
  • Drafting witness statements
  • Drafting letters and advice to clients

If this post is of interest to you, please email Ashley Fairbrother, with a C.V, salary levels and notice period, or alternatively, telephone 0207 583 8392.

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Lawyer4+ years PQE

Edmonds Marshall McMahon are looking to expand our specialist team of criminal prosecutors with a lawyer of 4+ years PQE experience. We are committed lawyers who are passionate about our practise and our clients and we would like someone who shares that same enthusiasm.

Essential:

  • Minimum of four years of PQE experience of white-collar crime and ideally, experience in corporate and commercial law.
  • Experience of managing client relations, providing client guidance on all aspects of the criminal process and a strong working knowledge of the Criminal Procedure Rules.
  • Experience in prosecuting a range of criminal matters.
  • A detailed understanding of the offences of fraud, conspiracies to defraud and perverting the course of justice.
  • Ability to research, analyse and evaluate information and instructions to make informed judgements.
  • Familiarity with case management systems and time recording.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills as well as the ability to think on your feet and use your initiative. 
  • The ability to think flexibly and creatively.

Personality & Drive

  • The ability to get along well in a team environment.
  • A willingness to assist other team members as and when deadlines arise.
  • Enthusiastic, dedicated, hard-working and passionate about your work

Your work

  • The investigation and preparation of prosecution cases, including very complex fraudulent and commercial transactions.
  • Liaising with and taking instructions from the client in the day to day management of cases.
  • Managing a range of cases for a range of clients.
  • Drafting instructions to counsel and expert investigators and collating accompanying documents.
  • Drafting witness statements.
  • Drafting letters and advice to clients.
  • Drafting summons applications and laying of Information at the Magistrates Court.

If this post is of interest to you, please email Ashley Fairbrother, via ashleyfairbrother@emmlegal.com with a C.V, salary levels and notice period, or alternatively, telephone 0207 583 8392.

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In house counsel – 6+ years

Edmonds Marshall McMahon is recruiting in-house counsel to join its criminal team. This is an exciting time to join a talented and diverse team at the forefront of private prosecutions. To apply, please send your CV and a cover letter to tamlynedmonds@emmlegal.com.

  • Crown Court prosecution experience essential
  • Detailed working knowledge of CPIA, POCA and the Attorney General’s Guidelines 2013 on Disclosure
  • Technical and great attention to detail
  • Ability to provide written and verbal advice on evidence and prosecution procedure
  • Comfortable dealing with various personalities
  • Team player
  • Would suit someone looking for a career change from the Bar

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Employee Benefits

  • Private health insurance
  • Pension scheme
  • Discretionary bonus scheme
  • Competitive referral commission
    …. and much more

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