Arbitrators’ Practice Manager - Leading Commercial/International Law Barristers’ Chambers

Closing Date:

Tuesday 23rd January 2024

Salary:

generous salary package inc bonus and benefits

Type:

Permanent

Send CV To:

recruitment@grllegal.com

Apply online:

https://grllegal.com/job/687-arbitrators-practice-manager-leading-commercial-international-law-barristers-chambers-london/

About this Job

Chambers seeks to appoint a highly suitable, dynamic individual to the position of Arbitrators’ Practice Manager, a role that heads-up and offers significant support to its first-class, Arbitration team.

About this Employer

Our client, is a leading Barristers’ Chambers based in Central London. Chambers has an outstanding reputation in each of its specialist practice areas across the whole remit of Commercial, Arbitration, Public and Public International Law. It receives consistent tier 1 rankings in the leading legal directories for its advisory and advocacy expertise.

Person Specification

  • Knowledge and experience of court procedures
  • Ability to prioritise; multitask; and meet deadlines
  • Excellent organisational, project management skills, and attention to detail
  • Team ethic
  • Initiative, flexible and responsible attitude
  • Ability to identify potential problems and recommend solutions
  • Personal development and contribution to the overall business objectives of chambers
  • Strong communication skills, written and oral
  • Strong mentoring capability

Key Responsibilities

  • Efficient verbal and written client communication regarding new arbitration, mediation and expert appointment enquiries
  • Prepare Terms of Appointment; negotiating rates and terms with solicitors; collecting fees on appointment
  • Opening and administering arbitration deposit accounts; arranging payment of Tribunal’s fees and maintaining balance sheet
  • Administering arbitrators’ fee notes and projection of fees; liaising with accounts regarding fees; acting as link between arbitrators and accounts
  • Promote Arbitrators with clients and arbitration bodies