Representing the firm since 2021
Recruitment, executive search
Public Sector Advisory
Public and private sector, entertainment, culture, heritage, policy, regulatory and economics
Edward joined Cooper Fitch in 2021 as a Legal Consultant after being connected to the Legal Industry in both the UK and Middle East since 2013. Since joining the firm, Edward’s role has naturally transitioned into recruiting for the Public Sector Advisory division where he specialises in searches for both the public and private sectors the GCC.
Edward works with organisations in the region covering functions such as entertainment, culture, heritage, policy, regulatory and economics. He works closely with an experienced and unique talent pool both locally and internationally and successfully supports his clients with search mandates.
Prior to his successful career, Edward Studied Law at Middlesex University where he gained a first class honours degree before enrolling in a Legal Practice Course at BPP University of Law in London.
- LLB Hons
Litigation Partner – private practice, KSA
Worked closely with our client who is a tier 1 International Law Firm based in Saudi. Candidates coming from Magic Circle and International Law Firms specialising in Commercial Litigation.
Project Finance Senior Associate – private practice, KSA
Supported one of the Middles East’s largest magic circle firms based in Saudi with the recruitment of a Saudi National for a senior associate role.
Banking and Finance Senior Associate – private practice, UAE
Mandated by the world’s largest law firm on the search and placement of a Senior Associate with a key focus on cross border transactions and aviation finance.
Mergers and Acquisitions Associate – private practice, UAE/KSA
Led the search and selection of multiple M&A associates for a tier 1 US Law firm for both their UAE and Saudi Offices.
Areas of Expertise
- Partners & Team moves
- Senior Associates & Associates
- Newly Qualified & Para-legals
- Magic Circle, UK, US, International and Regional firms
- International searches
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