Private Practice

Infrastructure and Projects

Infrastructure and Projects

  • Addleshaw Goddard are seeking an Infrastructure, Projects and Energy Lawyer to join our team in Manchester
  • Our IPE team advises on innovative, complex projects, commercial contracts, procurements and outsourcings
  • The work often involves travelling and the satisfaction of being able to see the result of the work
  • This role is suitable for newly qualified lawyers or those with up to two years of post-qualification experience
  • If you are interested in innovative, fast-paced, challenging work where every day is different, this role is for you

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