Private Practice
  • About the team: As the leading projects team in the North West, we advise on innovative, complex projects, commercial contracts, procurements, and outsourcings – typically involving the public sector, or private sector parties operating in regulated sectors such as health, water, energy and/or transport.
  • About the role: We advise on key projects in the North West, across the UK and internationally, and on a day to day basis enjoy lots of client contract.
  • Looking for: If you are interested in innovative, fast-paced, challenging work where every day is different, this role is for you.
  • Opportunities: We can offer unparalleled quality and breadth of work, and crucially, the necessary training and support to enable you to develop to do it.
  • And more: If you thrive when taking on responsibility, and are ambitious, seeking a place to work where career prospects are excellent at all levels, team members are rewarded and where talent is valued, then AG is the place for you.

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