Private Practice

Senior Associate, Projects

Senior Associate, Projects

  • About the Firm: DLA Piper is a global law firm with lawyers located in more than 40 countries throughout the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific. Our global reach ensures that we can help businesses with their legal needs anywhere in the world.
  • About the role: We are currently looking to recruit a bright and ambitious Projects Senior Associate to join our team in Edinburgh. With a strong Scottish, UK and international presence, our Projects team is one of the UK's leading national practices.
  • Looking For: We are looking to secure your expertise, ability to lead and project manage a number of high-profile cases independently, your experience negotiating project agreements, sub-contracts and ancillary project documents, with limited supervision, during all phases of the project cycle; additionally, your experience leading on the dialogue phase of PPP-type projects would be beneficial.
  • Opportunities: The opportunities afforded to you will include, but not be limited to, advising private and public sector clients, funders and consortia on UK Public Private Partnerships (PPPs), across sectors. As well as advising on the procurement and negotiation of projects up to financial close, our work frequently sees us providing advice and support to our clients post-close, during the construction and operational phases.
  • And more: In everything we do connected with our People, our Clients and our Communities, we live by these values: Be Supportive - we care about others, value diversity and act thoughtfully; Be Collaborative - we give, we share and we join in; Be Bold - we stand tall and challenge ourselves to think big; Be Exceptional - we exceed standards and expectations.

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