In-House, 3-5 yrs required Legal Counsel: Wealth Investment Management and Insurance
The candidate will be responsible for identifying and managing legal risk for the Wealth Management Investment Management business. Key point of contact on a day-to-day basis for the business team, and responsible for providing pro-active le... apply now!
In-House, Min 2 yrs required 55hit(s) Business Tax Services (Corporate Tax) Senior Consultant
The candidate's responsibilities include overseeing complex tax research projects for clients in diverse industries; research and analysis of a wide range of tax issues related to business transactions and tax implications of financing techniq... apply now!
In-House, Min 1 yrs required 16hit(s) Supply Chain Manager II
The candidate will join the Supply Management team to continue the team’s efforts in Strategic Sourcing. Will lead negotiation strategy, control all aspects of negotiations and may customize legal language and draft non-standard contract terms and conditions to proactively... apply now!
In-House, 2hit(s) Investment Product Risk Manager/ DPAC Assistant Coordinator
The candidate will directly and actively support the Global Distribution Product Approval Committee (“DPAC” or “Committee”) - a senior committee chaired and operated by professionals of IPR that is responsible for the review of all... apply now!
In-House, Min 5 yrs required 13hit(s) Commerce Trust Co Business Development Representative/Wealth Management Consultant
The candidate's duties will include: asset management products and services business to prospective clients as well as current bank clients; meeting annual sales goals for current fee business, and for developing str... apply now!
In-House, Min 5 yrs required 1hit(s) Compliance Manager - Policy and Assurance
The candidate will ensure that the bank is compliant with the external rules and regulations and internal policies and procedures. Assist the team head in advising management on compliance issues. Conduct compliance review on an on-going basis and ensure ad... apply now!
In-House, Min 5 yrs required 101hit(s) Transaction Advisory Services Manager - Tax
The candidate will be advising clients on a full spectrum of tax services including planning, research and other merger and acquisition activities. Will be developing tax structuring solutions for clients undertaking acquisitions and/or divestitures. Work... apply now!
In-House, Min 10 yrs required Team Head, AML
The candidate will ensure the adherence of compliance control in Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorist Financing, FATCA and fraudulent cases. Will assist Head of AML to develop, monitor and review the systems to ensure the effectiveness of transactions monitoring. Develop and i... apply now!
In-House, Min 3 yrs required 58hit(s) Global Employer Services - Mobility HR Senior Consultant
The candidate will be responsible for day to day program administration activities based on identified client organization scope of services. Will calculate, implement and communicate assignment-related compensation and benefits, such as inte... apply now!
If you're interested in the rights of others and have a good mind, solid organizational skills, and some legal experience, you can help others and find a solid career as an advocate. Of course, it is not always easy, at first, to get a paying job as an advocate, but there are plenty of volunteer opportunities that will allow you to become an advocate and gain experience before ultimately moving into a paid advocacy job.
Law is one of the oldest professions in the world ad undoubtedly one of the most rewarding ones. To be a lawyer and a successful one at that, you need a few intrinsic basic qualities that will enable you to go far in this field.
Recruiting season, in a fashion reminiscent of undergraduate fall rush, is the biggest event of the second year. Students begin their second year of law school armed with immaculate resumes and new interview wardrobes ready to meet the firms who will visit their campus to recruit next year's summer interns. Known as "summer associates," these interns will work for the hiring firms full-time during the summer break before their third year of school. Many students who take summer positions with law firms split their summers by working six weeks at one firm and six weeks at another, often in different cities. Government agencies and corporations also send recruiting teams to law school campuses.