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Construction & Projects

Construction & Projects

  • Burness Paull are looking to recruit a Solicitor (NQ–2 years' PQE) for our Construction & Projects Division in Edinburgh
  • The successful candidate will work alongside Fenella Mason, our Edinburgh C&P partner
  • Candidates should have general knowledge of law and practice within the field of construction and projects
  • You should also have a passion for construction and projects and the ability to work well under pressure
  • This is a great opportunity to join a fantastic team at a successful, growing firm

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