Private Practice

(Sr.) Construction Associate

(Sr.) Construction Associate

  • Herbert Smith Freehills are seeking a Non-Contentious Construction Associate/Senior Associate (3+ years' PQE)
  • Our non-contentious construction team focuses on large-scale construction & engineering projects in the UK and globally
  • Our clients include governments, leading developers and financiers, many of whom are household names
  • You will lead, delegate and manage work, manage client relationships, and comply with all risk requirements
  • Candidates should have non-contentious construction experience, ideally including JCT, FIDIC and NEC forms of contract

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