Private Practice

Construction Solicitor

Construction Solicitor

  • Shoosmiths are currently seeking a Construction Solicitor (1+ years' PQE) to join our team in Birmingham
  • Shoosmiths' six-partner national construction and engineering team advises on all aspects of projects
  • We are eager to speak with construction lawyers looking to make their next move to a non-contentious construction role
  • Candidates should ideally have advised on a mix of development/infrastructure projects for a range of clients
  • You will need, or be prepared to build on, a good understanding of the standard forms of construction contracts

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