Private Practice

Construction Associate

Construction Associate

  • About the firm: We specialise in sectors that connect our world, transport, trade & commodities, energy, transport and infrastructure and insurance. We have a strong emerging markets focus.
  • About the role: Matters will typically involve high value construction disputes for contractors, and other non-construction energy disputes.
  • Looking for: Suitable candidates will have strong academics, a genuine interest in developing a career in construction and commitment to a team and with experience in construction law and adjudication.
  • Opportunities: This is a superb opportunity for Associates at all levels to join our growing and market-leading group which focuses on high value, complex disputes.
  • And more: Our global Construction Group consists of lawyers who are experts in their field and deliver commercial, pragmatic and best practice advice across all areas of contentious and non-contentious disciplines, backed by a deep understanding of the complexities of the industry.

Clyde & Co LLP

Clyde & Co is a leading, sector-focused global law firm with 415 partners, 2200 legal professionals and 3800 staff in 50+ offices and associated offices on six continents.

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