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Due to strong client demand we are looking for talented and ambitious lawyers at all levels from 2PQE+ to join our busy team.

We act for leading ship owners, operators, charterers, insurers, commercial and trading companies. We offer challenging and interesting work, direct client contact and travel opportunities (once restrictions abate). We pay market rates, bonuses and we are prepared to consider flexible working arrangements.

If you like the idea of working in a close knit team, making a name for yourself in the market and building a practice in one of our core areas, then please get in touch with one of our partners in the strictest confidence or email us on recruitment@bdmlawllp.com.

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