Our business services teams work in a variety of areas, including Human Resources, Accounting, Marketing & Business Development, Information Technology, Facilities, Knowledge Management and Business Intake & Conflicts.

If you are energetic and talented, Mayer Brown may be an ideal fit for you. In addition to our competitive salary and benefits package tailored to each region, we offer plentiful opportunities and challenges that encourage you to grow professionally in our friendly, inclusive and supportive environment.

Everyone says that the people and the culture are the best things about working at Mayer Brown. Take a closer look at what we have to offer.

"Working at Mayer Brown has given me the opportunity to work with an incredible global team of professionals that inspire, motivate and make the job thoroughly enjoyable."

Rachel Sharpe, Senior BD Manager, Europe

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Enhancing the Skills You Need to Succeed

Our learning and development ethos is simple: We are keen to build on existing talents and experience, for the benefit of both the business and the individual.

To help you grow professionally, continually improve individual and team performance, and deliver the best client service possible, we offer learning and development resources, including:

Training
We provide formal and informal training to enhance a broad set of skills—ranging from technical and business development to personal development and people management—through varied and engaging work experiences, onsite presentations, on-demand programs, multi-office workshops and self-learning options.

Coaching and Mentoring
We offer coaching and mentoring opportunities to provide valuable guidance as you progress in your career, supporting you in a broad range of areas such as identifying goals, managing transitions and communicating effectively.

"Being part of the Mayer Brown team has allowed me to expand my horizons beyond working just in the finance area. I've been given the opportunity to learn, perform and accept new responsibilities in other areas, such as operations. It's been extremely challenging and rewarding."

Simone Moczijdlower, Financial Director, Brazil


Diverse, Supportive and Inclusive

At Mayer Brown, we firmly believe that diversity and inclusion at all levels of our organization are critical to, and a natural result of, building a cohesive, successful law firm. Our goal is to create and maintain a diverse, supportive and inclusive work environment in which every member of the Mayer Brown team has an equal opportunity to succeed.

We recruit, develop and promote the highest caliber lawyers and business services staff and provide everyone with opportunities to realize their potential, regardless of race, religion, beliefs, ethnicity, national origin, gender, gender identity, age, disability or sexual orientation.

Not only does this make sound business sense and empower us to better serve clients who span the globe, it’s simply the right thing to do. Our commitment to diversity and inclusion is a hallmark of Mayer Brown's heritage and will help drive our future success.

"From project managing a global training program to one-to-one coaching, no single day is the same for me at Mayer Brown. The development of people is at the heart of the firm’s values which is what makes my job so varied and enjoyable. This, coupled with a genuine commitment to diversity, makes the firm stand out for me."

Iona Sinclair, Head of Learning & Development, London

Learn more about our diversity and inclusion initiatives.  

Working Together to Make a Difference

Mayer Brown’s strong commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is part of our culture, our professional lives and the way we do business. We are involved in a wide variety of initiatives ranging from employability programs that increase access to the world of work, to environmental projects, to pro bono activities.

Through our CSR program, we work to understand the needs and priorities of our local and global communities and how we can best assist by offering our skills, experience, time and philanthropic support. Working together, we ensure that we contribute when and where it is most appropriate and where our support can have the greatest impact.

Lawyers, business services staff and clients are all welcome to participate in our CSR program as we strive to make a difference in the lives of others.

Our CSR program has five main areas of focus:

Charitable Giving
Community Service
Diversity & Inclusion
Pro Bono
Sustainability

"Corporate Social Responsibility runs through Mayer Brown and is truly a part of your life at the firm. I work with our people across the firm and see firsthand the pride they have when they engage in our CSR program."

Heidi Newbigging, Head of Corporate Social Responsibility

Learn more about our Corporate Social Responsibility program

 


Contacts

Americas

United States

Charlotte
Kenya Hoyte, Human Resources/Attorney Development & Recruitment Manager
T: +1 704 444 3554
F: +1 212 849 5719
khoyte@mayerbrown.com

Chicago
Lise Shellenback, Human Resources Generalist/Recruiter
T: +1 312 701 8587
F: +1 312 701 8800
lshellenback@mayerbrown.com

Houston
Lauren E. Murdock, Human Resources/Attorney Development & Recruitment Manager
T: +1 713 238 2678
F: +1 713 238 4636
lmurdock@mayerbrown.com

Los Angeles
Susan Woodward, Human Resources Manager
T: +1 213 229 9515
F: +1 213 576 8173
aswoodward@mayerbrown.com

New York
Patti Caffio, Human Resources Generalist
T: +1 212 506 2814
F: +1 212 849 5714
pcaffio@mayerbrown.com

Palo Alto
Angelique M. Shakespeare, Human Resources/Attorney Development & Recruitment Manager
T: +1 650 331 2058
ashakespeare@mayerbrown.com

Washington DC
Beth Davidson, Human Resources Manager
T: +1 202 263 3094
F: +1 202 835 2002
bdavidson@mayerbrown.com

Brazil

Rio de Janeiro
Barbara Patti Mansur, HR Coordinator
T: +55 21 2127 1735
bmansur@mayerbrown.com

São Paulo
Kalyani Madhusudanan Nagy, HR Coordinator
T: +55 11 2504 4642
knagy@mayerbrown.com


Mexico

Mexico City
Lauren E. Murdock, Human Resources/Attorney Development & Recruitment Manager
T: +1 713 238 2678
F: +1 713 238 4636
lmurdock@mayerbrown.com

Asia

Hong Kong

Carol Wong, Senior Human Resources Manager
T: +852 2843 2363
F: +852 2103 5922
asia.recruit@mayerbrown.com

Japan

Tokyo
Makiko Kobayashi, Office Manager
T: +81 3 4563 1421
makiko.kobayashi@mayerbrown.com

People's Republic of China

Beijing
Carol Wong, Senior Human Resources Manager
T: +852 2843 2363
F: +852 2103 5922
asia.recruit@mayerbrown.com

Shanghai
Carol Wong, Senior Human Resources Manager
T: +852 2843 2363
F: +852 2103 5922
asia.recruit@mayerbrown.com

Singapore

Belle Pannu, Office Manager
T: +65 6327 0231
belle.pannu@mayerbrown.com

Thailand

Bangkok
Maythawee Sarathai, Partner
T: +66 2 108 8564
F: +66 2 108 1555
nattaya.knavong@mayerbrown.com

Vietnam

Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City
Lan Nguyen, Head of Operations and HR (Vietnam)
T: +84 28 3513-0330
F: +84 28 3822-8864
lan.nguyen@mayerbrown.com

Europe

Belgium

Brussels
Maria Galotchkina, Administrative Coordinator/HR Officer
T: +32 2 551 5960
F: +32 2 502 5421
mgalotchkina@mayerbrown.com

France

Paris
Jacqueline Volle, Director of Finance
T: +33 1 53 53 83 80
F: +33 1 53 96 03 83
jvolle@mayerbrown.com

Germany

Frankfurt and Düsseldorf
Alexandra König and Birgit von Selle
Human Resources
T: +49 (0)69 79 41 1212
F: +49 (0)69 79 41 100
career@mayerbrown.com

United Kingdom

London
Charlotte Davies, HR Manager - Recruitment
T: +44 (0)20 3130 8799
F: +44 (0)20 3130 8790
supportrecruitment@mayerbrown.com

Middle East

Dubai

Charlotte Davies, HR Manager - Recruitment
T: +44 (0)20 3130 8798
F: +44 (0)20 3130 8790
supportrecruitment@mayerbrown.com

Welcome to our employment section. Here you can view our current job openings and apply for positions online. Or, if you prefer, you can simply submit your resume for general consideration. Do you know somebody whom you feel would be interested in joining our team? Please refer him/her to us!

Mayer Brown is among the largest law practices in the world, with lawyers operating in major cities worldwide. Representing all types of clients -- from individuals, start-ups, and charitable organizations to large governmental entities, financial institutions, and multinational corporations -- our collaborative culture fosters a strong sense of unity.

Please refer to the links below for our opportunities.

United States

Mexico

In Brazil, Tauil & Chequer Advogados in association with Mayer Brown LLP offers clients access to a full service Brazilian domestic law practice. Tauil & Chequer has offices in Brasília, Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo and Vitória.

For information on available opportunities in Brazil, please visit the Careers page on Tauil & Chequers Advogados' website.

Available Business Services positions are listed below. Interested parties may apply with full resume and salary details by contacting the appropriate office via e-mail, fax or post.

Accounts Officer (Billing Department)

Responsibilities

  • Prepare bills and billing analysis.
  • Perform general accounting functions as required.
  • Handle internal enquires and clerical duties as assigned.
  • Ad hoc assignments as required.

Requirements

  • Post-secondary education with minimum 2 years' relevant experience, preferably in a large legal service or professional service organization.
  • Knowledge of effective legal billing procedures and of computerized legal billing systems, e.g. Aderant Expert.
  • Previous ebilling system experience.
  • Result-oriented, with a strong sense of responsibility of completing tasks and meeting deadlines.
  • Highly organized and pro-active; able to work under pressure.
  • Good PC skills in MS Word and Excel.
  • Good command of both written and spoken English.
  • Willing to learn and work overtime. 

Please apply with full resume and expected salary.

Director of Client Teams and Market Support (work location in Chicago, New York, Washington DC or London)
Responsibilities

  • Initial assessment and recommendations will cover the firm’s overall approach to key client relationships, including goal setting, metrics, support offerings, globalization, and financial and performance reporting. 
  • Communication and consensus building with client relationship partners will be required for successful implementation. The strategic plan and the firm’s approach to key clients should be designed with a regular review process to capture best practices and to adjust for developments.
  • Facilitates BD strategy development and deployment for client teams including opportunity identification, cross practice/geography connections and approach development working directly with client team leaders.
  • Manages day-to-day communications and operations and leads a team who produce who we know report updates, matter monitoring, news feed monitoring, intranet sites, and other team infrastructure working with BD support. 
  • Provides interface and works collaboratively with practice BD / marketing staff and the proposal function to ensure that lawyers receive strategic, integrated, high-quality support on business development initiatives and proposals targeting key clients.
  • Oversees and directs junior team members assigned to the client team program, contribute to the advancement of business development programs, and meet the day-to-day needs of the programs. Works to advance the skills and knowledge of the team and the overall quality of the support delivered to lawyers.
  • Oversees strategic market and client research and analysis (external and internal), and competitive intelligence-gathering functions and services, including staffing assignments and contract and retainer relationships.
  • In collaboration with numerous individuals, including client team leaders, develops and implements key client program initiatives, including a client satisfaction / client input program, lawyer training initiatives and other initiatives to enhance business development efforts.
  • In collaboration with numerous individuals, including client team leaders, provides direction, structure and support for key client and market program infrastructure, including the client team tool kit, client team intranet sites, news feeds, tracking procedures, communication channels and information sharing, InterAction development, etc.
  • Considers and recommends enhancements and efficiencies to the firm’s business development infrastructure.

Qualifications

  • An undergraduate degree required, in a marketing, business, research or communications related field. Graduate degree or law degree preferred.
  • Minimum of 15 years demonstrated success in a marketing and/or business development-related position, either in the professional services arena (e.g., law, accounting, or consulting) or in a comparable position in the corporate, trade association, or academic sectors.
  • Demonstrated leadership and supervisory experience.
  • Proficient in PowerPoint, Excel, Word, InterAction.
  • Demonstrated success in a marketing and/or business development-related position, either in the professional services arena (e.g., law, accounting, or consulting) or in a comparable position in the corporate, trade association, or academic sectors.
  • Demonstrated leadership and supervisory experience.
  • Demonstrated good judgment, a team-first orientation, and stamina.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills.
  • Organized, diligent, and follows through with commitments.
  • Strong presence; capable of engaging credibly and effectively with partners internationally.
  • Able to effectively manage numerous competing priorities.
  • Comfortable in a fast-paced environment.
  • Assertive, self-motivated and able to operate with limited day-to-day direction.
  • Lift up to 25 pounds. 

Head of Administration & Facilities

Responsibilities

  • Supervise a sizable administration and facilities team.
  • Manage and coordinate activities of the administration and facilities functions for regional offices in Asia.
  • Oversee facilities and administration activities such as business continuity, renewal of office leases, supplier contract management and onsite contractors.
  • Lead projects such as office moves, renaming, rebranding.

Requirements

  • Proven experience as an administration manager.
  • In-depth understanding of office management procedures and policies.
  • Good communication, and negotiation skills.
  • Fluent in Chinese and English (written and spoken).
  • Familiarity with financial and facilities management principles.
  • Project management experience and skills.
  • Proficient in MS Office.
  • An analytical mind with problem-solving skills.
  • Excellent organizational and multitasking abilities.
  • A team player with leadership skills.
  • BSc/BA in business administration or relative field.

Insurance Litigation Assistant

Responsibilities

  • Provide practical support to a team of Solicitors in our Insurance Litigation Department.
  • Assist in the provision of services to our clients, drafting documents and performing legal research.
  • Perform administrative duties such as filing, photocopying, etc.
  • Court attendances and site inspections may be required.

Requirements

  • University degree with exposure to legal academics.
  • Litigation paralegal experience in a sizable law firm is preferable.
  • Knowledge in Employee's Compensation and Personal Injury Insurance claims.
  • Good command in both written and spoken English and Chinese.
  • Motivated and enthusiastic with a keen interest in Insurance litigation practice.
  • Hardworking, self-motivated and efficient, and able to work under pressure.
  • Strong attention to detail and problem-solving skills.
  • Strong personal, communication and teamwork skills.
  • Willingness to learn and adapt.
  • Good computer skills (especially MS Word & Excel).

Intellectual Property Executive

Responsibilities

  • Assisting with filing, prosecution and post-registration matters for trademarks in Hong Kong and internationally.
  • Conducting document review.
  • Conducting trademark and domain name searches.
  • Assisting with enforcement actions.
  • Drafting and preparing correspondence and legal documents.
  • Research on legal matters.

Requirements

  • Minimum 5 years of relevant experience in a sizable law firm.
  • Excellent communication skills in both written and spoken English and Chinese. Fluent Mandarin is essential.
  • Strong initiative, organizational and problem-solving skills.
  • Strong personal, communication and teamwork skills.
  • Determination to produce top quality work within deadline and under pressure.
  • High commitment, including readiness to work late at short notice if needed.
  • Willingness to learn and adapt. 

Legal Project Management and Pricing Lead Analyst

Responsibilities

  • To support the Firm’s Legal Project Management initiatives across Asia, specifically functional support for the Firm's matter management system and processes.
  • Provide pricing and financial support to Partners, Business Development and other Firm personnel in relation to client fee arrangements.
  • Assist management, practice group leadership and client teams in understanding client and matter economics through the production, interpretation and provision of management and financial analysis and insight.
  • Provide local resource to support the Firm's Legal Project Management (LPM) including:
    • Provide functional support for Firm's matter management/budgeting tool and coach partners and associates in use of the tool.
    • Assist partners in the development of budgets, monitoring of matters budgets against actual performance, providing advice in relation to improving matter financial performance.
  • Work directly with Firm Partners and Business Development Teams to develop fee structures options in response to client RFP’s and ad-hoc requests. Prepare analysis to support proposed fee arrangements.
  • Model the financial impact and viability of proposed pricing arrangements for specific engagements and present matter economics to Partners and management personnel as part of fee approval process.
  • Assist in facilitating the approval of fee arrangements through MANCO or other approving committees/personnel.
  • Provide post matter financial analysis and associated pricing and business insight to Partners, Pricing and Business Development teams.
  • Other ad-hoc projects and reporting as requested by Pricing and Legal Project team leadership.

Requirements

  • Degree in finance, accounting or business.
  • CPA, CIMA, ACCA or MBA qualification preferred.
  • Experience of working within a partnership environment essential, preferably a law firm.
  • Extensive experience working in fast paced dynamic environment specifically within broader finance and accounting team in the professional services industry.
  • Experience in professional services pricing and fee negotiation is preferable.
  • Adept at creating, developing and maintaining financial models, preferably in a pricing context.
  • Thorough working knowledge of Microsoft Office suite of products, particularly Excel, Word, Outlook and PowerPoint. SQL skills are a distinct advantage.
  • Project Management skills are essential, able to manage multiple projects at one time and prioritise as necessary.
  • Knowledge of a multi-currency financial systems commonly used in the legal industry, preferably Aderant Expert.
  • Strong analytical, evaluative and critical thinking skills, able to analyse data and present meaningful and useable insight to partners and Firm management. High level of accuracy and attention to detail.
  • Ability to create strong successful working relationship with partners and staff alike. Strong team player with ability to listen to others opinions and propose creative workable solutions to problems.
  • Able to articulate points of view clearly and succinctly, with excellent communication skills, both oral and written. Credible in communication with a wide variety of personnel and personalities including partners, business development personnel, finance & accounting team and Firm management.
  • Self-motivated, self-directed and proactive, with good organisational and time management skills and able to anticipate client, partner and team needs. 

Library Assistant

Responsibilities

  • Manage overdue notice, shelving books, newspapers and welcome email to new joiners.
  • Check government publications.
  • Distribute new issue of Laws of Hong Kong and extraction of Laws of Hong Kong.
  • Get copy of cases from High Court Library.
  • Arrange copy of Listing Rules/GEM/takeover codes.
  • Update new book & missing book list and Laws of Hong Kong Amendments.
  • Update loose-leaf, refill stationary.

Requirements 

  • Diploma or above with a minimum of 2 years' relevant experience which in sizable company would be preferred.
  • Proficiency in PC operation, Word and Excel.
  • Able to operate common office automation equipment, e.g. scanner and photocopier.
  • Good command of spoken English and Cantonese.
  • Eager to learn and able to work under pressure.
  • Work independently, efficiently and flexible with strong sense of responsibility.

Litigation Assistant

Responsibilities

  • Provide practical support to a team of Solicitors in our Litigation Department.
  • Assist in the provision of services to our clients, drafting documents and performing legal research.
  • Perform administrative duties such as filing, photocopying, etc.
  • Court attendances and site inspections may be required. 

Requirements

  • University degree with exposure to legal academics.
  • Litigation paralegal experience in a sizable law firm is preferable.
  • Good command in both written and spoken English and Chinese.
  • Motivated and enthusiastic with a keen interest in litigation practice.
  • Hardworking, self-motivated and efficient, and able to work under pressure.
  • Strong attention to detail and problem-solving skills.
  • Strong personal, communication and teamwork skills.
  • Willingness to learn and adapt.
  • Good computer skills (especially MS Word & Excel).

Professional Support Lawyer (PSL) - Litigation & Dispute Resolution

Responsibilities

  • Work with the Knowledge Partner(s) and the Associate Director of Knowledge Management to assess the knowledge needs of the Group. Define and implement a plan to meet those needs that is aligned with the business goals of the Group.
  • Drafting appropriate Model/Standard Forms, Practice Notes, Checklists, for the Group and ensure currency and accuracy with law and practice.
  • Capture, collate and disseminate quality Group–related knowhow and precedent materials.
  • Develop and maintain the knowledge-related aspects of the Group’s intranet site.
  • Monitor and keep the Group informed about important developments in core Asia commercial litigation legal or business developments.
  • Prepare regular current awareness newsletters for the Group.
  • Assist the Associate Director of KM to deliver KM training and professional development programmes to support the Group.
  • Design and deliver legal and technical training for the Group, as required.
  • Provide ad hoc assistance, advice and coaching on matters within professional expertise to the Group.
    Participate in the planning of training and other knowledge related activities.
  • Attend regular meetings of the Group and Knowledge Department and liaise with other PSLs to facilitate the sharing of best practice and knowledge.

Requirements

  • Law degree, JD, LLM or equivalent with solid academic background.
  • Minimum 7 years PQE in a well respected firm in Hong Kong.
  • Previous PSL experience preferred.
  • Fluent in spoken and written English and Chinese.
  • Solid understanding of dispute resolution practices in Hong Kong.
  • Excellent drafting, communication, presentation and influencing skills.
  • Excellent research and legal analytical skills.
  • Strong attention to detail.
  • High degree of initiative, proactive and self- motivated and able to work under pressure. 

Regional IT Project Manager - Asia

Accountabilities

  • Accountable for the overall management of assigned projects through the Project Delivery Framework phases: initiate, plan, execute, and close.
  • Develop and maintain project documentation, including the project brief, project plans, communications plans, project team status, executive status reports, project roles & responsibilities, and maintain the document repositories.
  • Accountable for coordinating project activities including establishing schedules, assigning tasks, monitoring, and resolving conflicts.
  • Accountable for the project Risk, Issue, and Change Management processes, analysis, reporting, and escalation.
  • Facilitate executive status meetings with the Business Sponsor and Steering Committee during which, the project progress will be reviewed, issues discussed for resolution, and raise any material changes to scope, budget, or schedule.
  • Provide regular status progress reports to Project Management Office to assist with the overall tracking and management of the Project Portfolio.
  • Program Management oversight including mentoring of staff in project management best practices. 

Responsibilities

  • Responsible for managing multiple projects at one time, some projects will be IT projects and some non-IT.
  • Responsible to work closely with the business functional areas, vendors, and other IT teams in defining project priorities, scope, approach, resource requirements, schedule, deliverables, and budgets; facilitate cross project coordination and communication.
  • Obtain stakeholder buy-in and proactively manage expectations throughout the project.
  • Responsible for vendor relationships throughout the project ensuring outsourced tasks meet contract expectations, firm standards, and are delivered on time.
  • Assist with the development of RFIs and RFPs as required to enable third party solutions and IT services.
  • Adhere to and promote PMO standard project management tools, procedures and best practices.
  • Responsible for the definition of project business requirements, analysis, and design; facilitate decision making sessions for project specific architecture, business strategy, operational processes, business processes, and organizational requirements.

Business Relationship Management

  • Meet with project stakeholders to clearly capture business requirements, critical milestones, and dependencies – may require travel to other offices.
  • Coordinate the creation and follow up of project related surveys and end-user communications that clearly explain technical concepts using non-technical language.
  • Provide the initial risk and compliance analysis the project may pose to the firm.
  • Act as a liaison between IT stakeholders to strengthen understanding of business-aligned goals.
  • Challenge the status quo.
  • Strong client-service orientation and skill

Qualifications and Experience

  • A minimum of 5 years successfully managing IT projects from inception to completion, overseeing direct / indirect reports and vendors. 8+ years of IT experience.
  • Experience of delivering IT projects within Hong Kong, China and Singapore.
  • Legal industry experience preferred.
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience required.
  • Strong understanding of project management principles and methods; preferred current Project Management certification such as PMP, Prince 2, Master’s Certificate, CSM or other certification / degree in project management.
  • Agile and DevOps experience preferred.
  • Proficient with MS-Office applications including Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Visio, Project.
  • Proficient oral and written English as well as either Cantonese or Putonghua.

Performance Traits

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills and a keen level of attention to detail.
  • Strong leadership and organizational skills.
  • Self-motivated, self-starter, focused on delivery of deadlines and adherence of quality assurance procedures.
  • Proven ability to work under pressure; ability to handle multiple conflicting priorities.
  • Team awareness – recognizes and understands both personal and team dynamics and relationships; empathetic to stakeholder concerns; recognizes motivational issues and effectively influences more desirable outcomes or provides incentive as necessary.
  • Pragmatic and flexible in project management approach, tailoring their style to the needs of their projects, teams, and business partners.
  • Strong business analysis skills and strategic thinker; experience managing high risk projects.
  • Strong understanding of technology, architecture, development, and quality assurance.
  • Change Management experience with complex business transformational efforts.
  • Strong experience working with global teams; ability to adapt to different cultures.
  • High level of discretion, comfortable handling sensitive information and maintaining confidentiality.
  • Good project planning and management skills.
  • Ability to anticipate problems and make insightful, timely decisions in complex situations. 

Senior Legal Recruiter

Responsibilities

  • Provide a full and comprehensive service, managing recruitment across all practice groups for Lawyers and Practice Support roles, working in conjunction with Partners and Senior Management to fulfil business needs.
  • Manage the recruitment process from start to finish; advising on the recruitment strategy, preparation of job descriptions and advertisements, recruitment agency briefings, CV screening, interviewing, advising on remuneration, negotiating and managing the offer process.
  • Assist the Head of Lateral Partner Recruitment based in London with on the ground support in Asia such as coordination of interviews, preparation of papers for submission to Management Committee and liaising with local recruitment agencies.
  • Work with Partners and HR in our regional offices in Asia to support and provide guidance on local legal recruitment.
  • Monitor costs and savings throughout the year; support the HR Director in setting the recruitment budget.
  • Monitor and report on LinkedIn usage and maintain the business relationship for Asia; continue to develop our direct sourcing strategy for Asia.
  • Maintain and update a HR Recruitment Bible.
  • Ensure compliance with the Hong Kong Law Society in relation to Practising Certificates for Hong Kong and foreign qualified lawyers.
  • Advise on relocation and work permit issues as required and keep up to date on employment legislation in relation to recruitment, ensuring policies and procedures are adapted accordingly.
  • Work with the Learning and Development team to review interview skills training and assist with delivery.
  • Ad hoc duties and projects as required e.g. keeping up to date with new recruitment initiatives in the market, strategies in attracting diverse talent, developing the Mayer Brown brand in the market.

Requirements

  • Degree level or equivalent.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills in both English and Cantonese; Mandarin desirable; confidence to communicate at all levels within the firm.
  • Strong IT skills with advanced experience of Microsoft packages, including Word, Outlook, Excel and PowerPoint and recruitment databases.
  • Proven recruitment experience gained within the legal sector or as a legal recruiter in an agency.
  • Proficient in the use of LinkedIn Talent Solutions.
  • Pro-active and independent self-starter who can carry out duties with minimum supervision.
  • Proven ability to be able to handle high volume workloads.
  • Excellent organisational skills and attention to detail.

Please apply with full resume by e-mail to freda.leung@mayerbrown.com

Trademark Administrator

Responsibilities

  • Assisting with enforcement actions.
  • Conducting document review.
  • Assisting with preparation of court bundles and other document management tasks.
  • Conducting trademark and domain name searches.
  • Drafting and preparing correspondence and legal documents.
  • Administrative duties such as filing, photocopying etc.
  • Research on legal matters.

Requirements

  • Minimum 3 years of relevant experience in a sizable law firm.
  • Excellent communication skills in both written and spoken English and Chinese. Fluent Mandarin is essential.
  • Strong initiative, organizational and problem-solving skills.
  • Strong personal, communication and teamwork skills.
  • Determination to produce top quality work within deadline and under pressure.
  • High commitment, including readiness to work late at short notice if needed.
  • Willingness to learn and adapt.

Trademark Assistant

Responsibilities

  •  Provide support to the Trademark Section including e-filing trademark applications and preparing letters, documents and invoices.
  • Conducting document review.
  • Conducting trademark and domain name searches.
  • Drafting and preparing correspondence and legal documents.
  • Administrative duties such as filing, data entry etc.
  • Maintaining computer docket system.
  • Research on legal matters.

Requirements

  • University graduate / Diploma holder with minimum 2 years' relevant experience.
  • Excellent communication skills in both written and spoken English and Chinese.
  • Highly responsible, detail-minded, organised and efficient.
  • Service-oriented with good interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Able to work independently and under pressure, and to meet deadlines.
  • Willing to learn and work overtime.
  • Strong computer skills.

Transaction Officer - Finance

Responsibilities

  • Assist with finance transactional documents, registration, distribution and other document management tasks.
  • Assist with sale and purchase transactions.
  • Liaise with transaction parties.
  • Manage timeline for each transaction/project and ensure smooth operation of the transaction/project

Requirements

  • University graduate with 2 years’ experience from well-regarded law firms; or with 1 year experience in a support role in finance.
  • Excellent communication skills in both written and spoken English and Chinese; fluency in Putonghua is an asset.
  • Excellent PC skills in MS Word, MS Excel and PowerPoint.
  • A team member with “can-do” attitude.

Transaction Officer - Shipping Finance

Responsibilities

  • Assist with shipping finance transactional documents, registration, distribution and other document management tasks.
  • Assist with ship sale and purchase transactions.
  • Liaise with insurers, charterer and other transaction parties.
  • Manage timeline for each transaction/project and ensure smooth operation of the transaction/project.

Requirements

  • University graduate with 3 years’ experience from well-regarded law firms; or with 1 year experience in a support role in shipping finance.
  • Excellent communication skills in both written and spoken English and Chinese; fluency in Putonghua is an asset.
  • Excellent PC skills in MS Word, MS Excel and PowerPoint.
  • A team member with “can-do” attitude.

 

We are an equal opportunity employer and welcome applications from all qualified candidates. Information provided will be treated in strict confidence and only be used for recruitment-related purposes.

At Mayer Brown, we understand that our people are our greatest asset. Attractive salary, fringe benefits and excellent career development opportunities will be offered to the right candidates.

Please apply with full resume by e-mail to asia.recruit@mayerbrown.com

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Belgium

We are always looking for lawyers, at all levels, who consider they can contribute to and benefit from being part of the team.

There are currently no vacancies.

If you have any questions or for further information please email Maria Galotchkina.

 

France

Mayer Brown has been advising locally based and international clients in France for the last four decades. Our Paris office brings together an intimate knowledge of the French corporate environment with the resources and experience of a major worldwide law practice to provide highly focused advice on domestic and cross-border transactions of all kinds.

For recruiting information for the Paris office, please contact: PAR-recrutement@mayerbrown.com.

 

Germany

Are you seeking a challenge in a global law firm operating in major cities worldwide? We are looking forward to receiving your application. To apply for any of these positions, please send your full application stating your desired location to our Human Resources Department.

 

United Kingdom

We are continually looking for talented business services professionals to join our London office. Please search our vacancies using the link below.

Current Opportunities

Mayer Brown’s Dubai office provides on-the-ground legal counsel to clients across a broad spectrum of industries and geographies on various inbound and outbound Middle East matters, including a wide range of intraregional matters.