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Contentious Construction and Engineering Solicitor

Contentious Construction and Engineering Solicitor

  • About the team: We have a well-founded reputation for tackling the key issues head on, coming up with innovative solutions and putting our clients in the best possible position to resolve their disputes.
  • About the role: You'll be working on infrastructure projects, private finance initiatives, large commercial and industrial developments, residential developments, private equity and pension investments and supplier and services procurement.
  • Looking for: We require you to have the ability to advise on and deliver commercial solutions to complex disputes.
  • Opportunities: We all work together as part of a cohesive and supportive team, with the firm recognising, appreciating and rewarding the efforts of its employees.
  • And more: Apply today via Route1 to secure this exciting opportunity.

Macfarlanes LLP

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