Jones Day

International Top 30 position: 14
International 50 position (Asia-Pacific): 12

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21 Tudor Street
London
EC4Y 0DJ
UK

Firmwide turnover: $1.5bn
Global lawyers 2013: 2,400
Offices: 40
Jurisdiction: US
No. of offices: 8
No. of qualified lawyers: 224 (International 50)

Jobs

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    London (Central), London (Greater) | £42,000; rising to £47,000 (10 months); £51,000 (22 months); £75,000 (on qualification at 24 months)