Private Practice
  • About the team: We advise on commercial contracts relating to energy, infrastructure, transport and many types of public/private sector transactions.
  • About the role: You will be first and foremost an Infrastructure Projects and Energy lawyer.
  • Looking for: Experience with infrastructure, energy and utilities, transport, health, local authority and central government clients would be very useful.
  • Opportunities: There is an opportunity to specialise, or gain experience in, many different areas.
  • And more: You should have a strong commercial awareness but most importantly, a willingness to learn and a genuine interest in infrastructure, energy and transport.

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