Private Practice

Solicitor, Construction

Solicitor, Construction

  • Howard Kennedy are an approachable, professional, commercial and responsive law firm providing excellent value and support to our clients, both domestic and international. This role is a great opportunity to join the firm's growing construction practice group. The role provides a mix of contentious and non-contentious work but has a predominant focus on non-contentious work.
  • The current balance of work in the team is c60% non-contentious, 40% contentious, almost exclusively UK-based and all building-related, involving both standard form and bespoke agreements.
  • You will be dealing with standard form contracts (JCT, RIBA, CIC, FIDEC)., professional appointments and collateral warranties, supporting both contentious and non-contentious work.
  • You will be an excellent communicator, with an ability to organise their own time and work to ensure they are responsive to clients' needs and are able to work to completion deadlines.
  • You will have exceptional client facing skills and able to operate as a 'trusted advisor'. You will also be ambitious and the eager to develop long standing client relationships.

Howard Kennedy LLP

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