Private Practice

Construction Solicitor

Construction Solicitor

  • We are hiring an Associate to join our Real Estate team in Leeds, focussing on Construction
  • Our firm has one of the largest real estate teams in the UK and regularly handles complex cases
  • You will work with leading partners including Andrew Williamson, Bruce Lightbody and James Reynolds
  • We act for institutional investors and entrepreneurs, national property developers and corporates
  • We have recently advised Manchester Airports Group on a £1bn transformation project
  • You will have at least 2 years non contentious construction experience at a quality firm
  • We are offering a salary between £42,000 and £54,000 for this role, varying with experience

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