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Solicitor – Property and Infrastructure Disputes

Solicitor – Property and Infrastructure Disputes

  • We currently have an opening for an Associate to join our Property and Infrastructure Disputes team in Edinburgh.
  • The successful candidate will be a key member of the team and can expect to be involved in advising on a wide range of work in the construction and energy sectors.
  • The team advises on disputes across the entire energy sector (including on-shore and off-shore renewables, oil and gas and energy trading). In addition, it regularly advises on the contentious aspects of construction and PFI/PPP contracts across the UK.
  • You will have a proven track record of working in the areas noted above and will be confident in providing clients with practical advice in a concise and clear manner.
  • In addition you will have excellent attention to detail and be experienced in business development.

Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP

Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP is a commercial law firm, headquartered in Edinburgh, with offices in Glasgow, Aberdeen and London.

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