Are you a driven European Public Policy & Regulatory Lawyer in Brussels looking to work in a high-performing team where your contribution and expertise are truly valued? Are you looking for the opportunity to develop your career within a global law firm and add real value to a diverse and challenging client base? Do you have experience working with or in the EU institutions? Then this vacancy could be the right next step for you.
We are continuing to expand our strong European Public Policy practice and we are now looking for a highly motivated and committed Associate, with between three - five years post-graduation experience, to join our dynamic team in Brussels.
Squire Patton Boggs is one of the world’s strongest integrated law firms, providing insight at the point where law, business and government meet. We deliver commercially focused business solutions by combining our legal, lobbying and political capabilities with invaluable connections on the ground to a diverse mix of clients, from long-established leading corporations to emerging businesses, start-up visionaries and sovereign nations. More than 1,500 lawyers in 45 offices across 20 countries on five continents provide unrivalled access to expertise and local connections.
Working across the firm’s practice groups, the European Public Policy Practice engages with a broad range of institutions and policymakers – at both EU and Member State levels – to impact decision-making on issues affecting our clients. Squire Patton Boggs has the most experienced and well-recognized public policy practice in the US and internationally. For more information, please visit our website.
Our Brussels’ office is a close-knit and friendly community of around 40, led by Managing Partner Brian Hartnett. Our European Public Policy practice is chaired by Partner Wolfgang Maschek.
We are looking for someone to support our growing European Public Policy team, in particular in its EU sustainability practice, which serves clients from the chemical, packaging, construction, waste/recycling and other industries. You will be monitoring and analysing proposed laws, regulations and policy at the EU level and in selected national jurisdictions, preparing summaries, analyses, position papers, client alerts, presentations and speeches for both internal and external use, and organising, preparing and attending meetings and events with/for clients. We will provide you with the opportunity to work pro-actively, collegially, professionally, in a forward-looking manner and with quickly increasing independence. You will also be able to contribute to strategically identifying opportunities for the further growth of the European Public Policy Practice.
Please submit your application online via the careers pages of our website: www.squirepattonboggs.com by 30 November 2020. Please note, we are unable to process applications sent directly by email. We will be reviewing applications on an ongoing basis. If you have any questions or are interested in finding out more about this role, please contact Alice Buttifant at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are unable to accept applications via third party recruitment agencies for this role, but look forward to hearing from you directly.
Please note that this role is for an independent contractor rather than an employee.
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