Private Practice

Construction & Engineering

Construction & Engineering

  • Our first-class construction and engineering practice is looking to add an experienced lawyer to the team
  • Our clients include Highways England, London Underground, The National Trust and the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority.
  • The role will encompass complex matters spanning all aspects of the built infrastructure
  • Top-quality management skills are a must – the role's seniority means it will include supervisory responsibilities.
  • Scottish qualifications are an advantage and dual-qualification exam funding will be provided to the ideal candidate

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