Private Practice

Construction Associate (2-4 PQE)

Construction Associate (2-4 PQE)

  • About the firm: Clarke Willmott is a leading law firm that takes pride in being different. Our strong reputation is built on genuine client relationships and our exceptional people – each chosen for their industry knowledge and passion for their field, as well as their first-class legal credentials. The Role: We are looking for an experienced non-contentious construction lawyer for our team in Cardiff
  • The Role: We are looking for an experienced non-contentious construction lawyer for our team in Cardiff, Southampton, Bristol or London
  • Looking for: We are looking for someone with good experience and training in construction law. We would also be willing to consider someone who wants to “convert” to construction. For example, you may be a commercial lawyer or property development lawyer with a genuine interest and/or peripheral experience in construction.
  • Opportunities: You will have the opportunity to engage with a mixture of major projects, real estate development, banking & finance and mergers & acquisitions work.
  • And more: We are involved in some major energy and infrastructure projects, including clean energy, nuclear, transport and manufacturing. These are largely NEC3 or FIDIC based contracts including EPC, O&M and related contracts. This work also includes working closely with our corporate / commercial team.

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