Private Practice

Infrastructure & Projects (MA)

Infrastructure & Projects (MA)

  • Addleshaw Goddard are currently seeking a Senior Lawyer/Managing Associate (5+ years' PQE) to join our team in Leeds
  • Our Infrastructure, Projects & Energy team works for major transport, health, and local and central government clients
  • In essence, we advise on commercial contracts relating to energy, infrastructure, transport and other transactions
  • You must have the ability to actively support complex transactions, liaising and leading projects with other fee earners
  • You will also need the ability to develop junior members of the team and contribute to the general upkeep of the group

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