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Construction and Engineering Disputes Associate

Construction and Engineering Disputes Associate

  • About the Firm: Hogan Lovells is an international law firm co-headquartered in London and Washington, D.C. It was formed on May 1, 2010 by the merger of Washington-based Hogan & Hartson and London-based Lovells.
  • About the role: We have an opening for a first-rate construction and engineering disputes lawyer with international arbitration and other dispute resolution experience.
  • Looking for: We are looking to secure your comprehensive working knowledge and experience of construction and engineering law and dispute resolution procedures in this field combined with your project and client management responsibility, ensuring timely delivery to high quality standards.
  • Opportunities: You will be afforded the opportunity working with clients to manage legal risks on live projects, and to avoid and resolve disputes using litigation, arbitration, adjudication, alongside mediation and other forms of alternative dispute resolution.
  • And more: You will maintain awareness of legal and market developments affecting construction and engineering law and dispute resolution practice and procedure and regularly attends appropriate training sessions.

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