Private Practice

Construction Solicitor

Construction Solicitor

  • About the team: The team are known for their work in the Real Estate sector, specifically working on construction and engineering projects, as well as advising on procurement law.
  • About the role: You’ll work closely with partners and be involved in high-profile commercial developments right from the start, working on projects all across the country.
  • Looking for: Experience of non-contentious development work is necessary for this role.
  • Opportunities: We’re keen to accommodate what’s best for you, so we can be flexible on location and are open to discussions about remote working.
  • And more: Apply today via Route1 to secure this exciting opportunity.

Irwin Mitchel LLP

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