Private Practice

Construction Associate

Construction Associate

  • About the Firm: A leading UK law firm with a network of offices from the South Coast to Scotland, working together as one national team.
  • About the role: This role will be suitable for someone who has a strong background in non-contentious work and is looking to continue doing this in a growing and supportive team and firm with high aspirations for the Leeds office.
  • About the team: The Construction team is an integral part of the overall Real Estate team. We opened our Leeds office only two years ago and since then have built up a highly-experienced team of expert legal practitioners with a current office headcount of over 80.
  • Opportunities: You will be afforded the opportunity to advise on a mix of development/infrastructure projects, real estate and corporate acquisitions and disposals and property finance for a range of clients, including many household names.
  • And more: The Real Estate team in Leeds is the largest team in the office and are continuing to go from strength to strength and with an increase in work from existing and new clients (local and national), including developers, contractors, corporates, institutional investors, funding and letting entities, and growth is very much on the agenda for our Leeds based team.

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