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Construction Senior Lawyer

Construction Senior Lawyer

  • Addleshaw Goddard are seeking a Construction Lawyer (4+ years' PQE) to join our London Real Estate Team
  • This will focus on non-contentious matters, but we will also consider candidates with contentious construction matters
  • The role will be assisting partners to deliver high-quality work to clients, as well as helping to win new work
  • You will require the ability to actively support complex transactions by liaising and coordinating with fee earners
  • Strong commercial awareness, excellent organisation skills and proven team working abilities are also required

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