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Featured Jobs: Japan

by on May 21, 2010

We increasingly have a number of new opportunities in Japan for high-caliber legal professionals.  With the Japanese economy picking up of late, we think recruitment will continue to rise as firms seek out qualified candidates in 2010.   Here is a sample of the latest positions for which we are seeking high quality lawyers in Japan:

1. Regulatory – Bengoshi Senior Associate – Tokyo, 4+years PQE

Japanese Financial regulatory specialist is sought for a global firm. The ideal candidate will have approximately 5 years of experience with financial regulatory issues and be able to communicate in both Japanese and English. Excellent career advancement within a rapidly expanding practice.    Learn more…

2. Bengoshi Litigation Senior Associate– Tokyo, 5+ PQE

This exciting role requires at least 5 years  experience as a litigation senior associate or of counsel at a major Tokyo firm. You will be offered opportunity to build and lead the domestic litigation practice for this major firm. Superb benefits and package offered.  Learn more…

3. Legal Recruitment Consultant – Tokyo

The candidate will have a university degree, with either previous experience in a recruitment company or a qualified lawyer seeking a change.  Candidate must be fluent Japanese & English and possess excellent presentation skills, with the confidence to provide career advice to clients and candidates at all levels.  A high energy level and ability to work well independently and within a team will be a distinct advantage.  Learn more…

To learn about more of our opportunities in Tokyo, please visit or email us at


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