The in-house market is incredibly busy at the moment and we thought it would be an opportune time to call on any lawyers who are considering an in-house move to register their interest! Even if you're not sure you're ready to move but would like to find out what kind of opportunities could be available to you, feel free to get in touch to set up a confidential conversion and we'd be happy to keep in touch periodically with any relevant mandates going forwards without any pressure to make a move.
The in-house team in Hydrogen's Legal Practice has an extensive client base within Financial Services, ranging from top tier global banks, private equity houses and asset managers to FinTechs and brokerage firms. Our mandates span multiple practice areas and levels, from Newly Qualified up to Head of Legal / GC level posts; demand is particularly high within the 2-6 years' PQE range, although we welcome enquiries from lawyers at all levels.
In terms of skillsets, we have been instructed on searches across a range of different practice areas but demand is currently greatest within the following specialisms: Banking & Finance; Funds; Corporate, Financial Services Regulation, Capital Markets and Litigation.
Our clients are often especially interested in lawyers who have trained and qualified at recognisable, highly-rated law firms, or, for those already in-house, spent time practising at an established organisation.
In addition to financial services, within in-house we also cover industry & commerce sectors. We have a number of other specialist teams covering private practice, contract/consultancy, as well as various international markets so if you'd like to hear anything else besides in-house updates then feel free to reach out and we can point you in the direction of the relevant consultant(s).
If you'd like to find out more about any of the above, please express your interest via this page or contact me directly email@example.com . Please rest assured that all correspondence will be strictly confidential and we will never release your details to a third party without your expressed consent.