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C&I Solicitor (NQ-2 Years PQE)

C&I Solicitor (NQ-2 Years PQE)

  • DWF LLP is seeking an enthusiastic NQ–2 years' PQE specialist to join our expanding Construction & Infrastructure team
  • Currently the work is split approximately 70/30 between non-contentious and contentious matters
  • Candidates should be able to demonstrate a drive to succeed and an enthusiasm to engage with clients
  • It is important that the successful candidate can work as part of a team as well as being confident working alone
  • We are also seeking candidates with good presentation and client handling skills

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