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Solicitor or Associate, a non-contentious construction lawyer

Solicitor or Associate, a non-contentious construction lawyer

  • We are looking for a non-contentious construction lawyer to primarily support our busy team in Bristol but we are open to you working from other CW Offices, with a view to you spending at least a day a week in our Bristol office.
  • This is an opportunity to get involved in high quality, complex major projects and development work. We act for several large developer clients and are also regularly involved on large infrastructure projects, in both energy and natural resources and the nuclear arena.
  • We act for several large developer clients and are also regularly involved on large infrastructure projects, in both energy and natural resources and the nuclear arena.
  • We are looking for someone with the potential to become a big name in construction – so you will demonstrate talent, ambition and a real interest in non-contentious construction work and major projects.
  • You might have up to 4 years post qualification experience, with a good work ethic and a keenness to progress within the firm.

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