Private Practice

Temporary Head of Construction

Temporary Head of Construction

  • About the Firm: Lewis Silkin is a UK top-100 commercial law firm with offices in London, Oxford, Cardiff and Hong Kong.
  • About the Role: The focus of our search is for a mid to senior level Solicitor capable of dealing with both contentious and non-contentious construction work.
  • Looking for: We are seeking someone who could take over the running of contentious matters primarily adjudications with minimal input, and also assist the team on other ad hoc contentious matters as required.
  • Opportunities: You will have the opportunity to showcase your familiarity with the Construction Act requirements, adjudication procedure, payment and extension of time claims, and defects claims. In additional to your familiarity with all main standard form contracts such as NEC, JCT, TPC/TAC, RIBA, RICS etc.
  • And more: We currently expect the contract to run between 3 – 4 months from the beginning of June 2019.

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