Litigation & Regulatory Associate

Litigation & Regulatory

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Litigation & Regulatory




Brussels, Belgium



The role


Advising the Group’s clients on transactional and regulatory matters under Greek and EU law. 


  • Drafting memos on substantive law matters
  • Work together with a team of associates in complex projects 
  • Assist with advising clients on a variety of day to day matters as well as on larger projects
  • Work with lawyers across the firm’s platform in multi-jurisdictional assignments
  • Help coordinating teams of lawyers including local counsel in cross border transactions
  • Participate in internal meetings and assist with business development


  • LL.B. from a Greek law school (top 10% of the class) and an LL.M. from a top tier international University
  • LLM from a top US or UK university and/or dual qualification (Greece and the US or the UK) will be considered a plus 
  • 1-4 PQE obtained in a top tier international law firm, an EU/international institution and/or a local firm 
  • Experience on EU state aid and/or EU banking resolution regulatory matters will be considered a plus 
  • Experience in the Greek market will be considered a plus
  • Strategic thinking, commitment, commercial awareness, sector expertise and understanding of the law firm business 


DLA Piper is a global law firm with lawyers located in more than 40 countries throughout the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific. Our global reach ensures that we can help businesses with their legal needs anywhere in the world. We strive to be the leading global business law firm by delivering quality, service excellence and value to our clients and offering practical and innovative legal solutions to help them succeed. Our clients range from multinational, Global 1000, and Fortune 500 enterprises to emerging companies developing industry-leading technologies, as well as government and public sector bodies.


In everything we do connected with our People, our Clients and our Communities, we live by these values:

  • Be Supportive – we are compassionate and inclusive, valuing diversity and acting thoughtfully
  • Be Collaborative - we are proactive, passionate team players investing in our relationships
  • Be Bold - we are fearless and inquisitive, challenging ourselves to think big and find creative new solutions
  • Be Exceptional - we are strategic and driven, exceeding standards and expectations


At DLA Piper, diversity and inclusion underpins how we live our values and everything we do.  We believe that everyone has a voice, and that everyone’s voice counts. We know that the rich diversity across our firm makes us stronger, more innovative and creative, which helps us to better serve our clients and communities. We are committed to providing an inclusive working environment and culture across our global firm, where everyone can bring their authentic self to work.

Diversity of perspective, thought, background and culture combine to make us the leading global law firm; that’s why we actively seek to build balanced teams. We welcome the unique contribution that you will bring to our firm and actively encourage applications from all talented people – however your talent is packaged, whatever your background or circumstance and regardless of how you identify.

We support anyone with a disability or long term health condition to ensure they have the opportunity to perform at their best. If you have not done so already, please let us know if you require any support so we can make the right adjustments and considerations should they be required.


We recognise that people have responsibilities and interests outside of their career and that as a business, we all benefit from working flexibly. That's why we are open to discussing with candidates the different ways in which we are able to support requests for agile working arrangements.


In the event that we make an offer to you, and where local legislation permits, we will conduct pre-engagement screening checks that may include but are not limited to your professional and academic qualifications, your eligibility to work in the relevant jurisdiction, any criminal records, your financial stability and references from previous employers.