Private Practice

Construction (Non-Con 5-9 PQE)

Construction (Non-Con 5-9 PQE)

  • Rare opening for a Construction lawyer to join our team with a predominant focus on non-contentious matters
  • The work of the group is hugely varied and includes Real Estate, Banking and PFI/Projects
  • You'll have excellent technical knowledge as the role will be assisting the partners to deliver high quality work
  • You'll have 5 years experience in transactional non-contentious construction law which includes building work ...
  • ... preferably with process plant, energy, utility and/or infrastructure experience

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