Construction Lawyer

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London (City of), London (Greater)
£50,000 – £60,000
26 Jul 2017
26 Aug 2017
Full time
Contract type

An experienced Construction Lawyer is now wanted for a fantastic role within a developed team in central London. Based in the City, this role will suit a knowledgeable Solicitor who is particularly well versed in Contentious matters and can handle a high value case load. The salary and benefits package on offer is competitive plus a very good bonus scheme.

My client is a solid brand and deep-rooted practice based in the City. Having been established for over 100 years, the firm provides a traditional yet highly modern and commercial outlook. The Dispute Resolution, Social Housing and Real Estate teams are nearing the very best for their work and growing organically as the firm becomes more and more successful. The Construction team comes with an exceptional set of Solicitors with a variety of backgrounds, some ex-City, and the work is also wide and challenging.

Applications are invited from successful Construction Lawyers who have 2 years PQE+ and are looking to make the next step with a regarded practice. Contentious experience is strongly desired, however, those with a good background in non-contentious Construction will also be considered as there will also be some work to manage in this area, and as part of the case load.

The client base consists of developers, contractors, major corporations and registered providers, just to name a few, so the role is guaranteed to be exciting!

To be considered for this opportunity for a Construction Lawyer to join a leading legal 500 firm in central London, offering a quality workload and career progression, then apply now or call to discuss in more detail!

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