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PSL - Non-Contentious Construc

PSL - Non-Contentious Construc

  • Exciting opening for a PSL lawyer (6+ years PQE) to join our Non-Contentious Construction team based in London
  • The team is ranked Band 1 by Chambers & Partners and Tier 1 by the Legal 500
  • We recently acted for NNB Generation on its multimillion-pound UK nuclear programme, including the Sizewell project
  • You'll monitor and update the group on developments in the law and also manage internal education and training
  • Ideally the candidate would have exposure to a combination of commercial property, energy and infrastructure sectors

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