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Construction and Engineering Professional Support Lawyer

Construction and Engineering Professional Support Lawyer

  • About the team: Our construction and engineering team is ranked Band 1, National Leader; we have considerable expertise in both contentious and non-contentious matters.
  • About the role: Your role will be diverse and engaging, spending your time supporting colleagues within the team and taking on some fee-earning responsibilities.
  • Looking for: We are looking for a qualified lawyer who is ambitious, solutions-focused, and with an interest in the built environment.
  • Opportunities: When you join Burges Salmon, you will be at the forefront of a market-leading team at an exciting time of expansion.
  • And more: We are committed to finding the right person for this role and are open to discussing flexible working patterns and office location.

Burges Salmon LLP

Burges Salmon is the independent UK law firm which delivers the best mix of advice, service and value.

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