Centurion Law Group is Hiring Freelance Legal Advisors
Centurion Plus profile: The confidence to be agile
Centurion Law Group is expanding its Centurion Plus offering. The need for high caliber on-demand interim lawyers on the African continent is increasing and clients have realized the benefit of having agile legal teams available when they want them; where they want them.
Centurion Plus matches our dynamic, highly credentialed legal talent with legal work across industries and practice areas across Africa, focusing on mainly on the energy sector and the support practice areas.
Centurion Law Group is looking for freelance legal Advisors to join our “on-demand” platform, Centurion Plus. Our target is qualified and experienced lawyers who are either based on the continent or abroad and want access to high-profile clients and complex legal matters; but also want the flexibility and variety of working on temporary engagements in order to balance other life interests. Legal advisors should have deep commercial or energy-related legal experience and be prepared to work onsite from the client’s location or remotely. This is a creative and innovative way of making your work, work for you. The opportunities are endless and the rewards compelling.
The minimum criteria to join our Plus talent pool is:
- At least 3 – 4 years’ experience at a top tier or specialist law firm
- Ideally at least one years’ experience in an in-house role or secondment
- Current practicing certificate
For more information on how to apply and register:
Contact: Glenda Irvine-Smith for Anglophone countries: email@example.com
Contact: Mickael Vogel for Francophone countries: firstname.lastname@example.org
CV or resume and writing sample must be sent on request.
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