Private Practice

Construction Associate

Construction Associate

  • About the team: Working on both contentious and non-contentious matters, our clients range from large multinationals to growth UK corporate firms and other professional practices, and include many household names.
  • About the role: The role largely involves defending liability claims both pre and post litigation, but the team also provide advice/ representation on associated matters such as adjudication, disciplinary proceedings, arbitration and risk management.
  • Looking for: The candidate should have litigation experience; experience of insurance is desirable but not essential.
  • Opportunities: You will have the opportunity to get involved with business development and client initiatives.
  • And more: The work will be varied, interesting and challenging and you will be given autonomy; there will be the opportunity to work on matters involving a range of construction related professions with values ranging from tens of thousands of pounds to multi millions.

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