Private Practice

Infrastructure Projects Lawyer

Infrastructure Projects Lawyer

  • Burges Salmon are currently seeking a Construction & Engineering Lawyer (3+ years' PQE) to join our team in Bristol
  • We act for purchaser and supplier clients on high-value non-contentious construction and disputes matters nationwide
  • This role would particularly suit candidates interested in developing a practice in energy and/or transport projects
  • You will require a good grounding in construction contracts and procurement, as well as wider commercial experience
  • You should also have already gained some experience in the supervision and bringing on of junior lawyers

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