Associate - Contentious Construction 3+ years PQE

England, London, City of London
£78000.00 - £95000.00 per annum + benefits
14 Sep 2017
12 Oct 2017
Joanna Murfin
Practice area
Commercial litigation
Full time
Contract type

Associate - Contentious Construction 3+ years PQE

International Legal 500

City of London

The firm London office which is based in the City of London acts for a broad range of clients which include major developers, contractors, funding institutions, public bodies and advise on a variety of projects including power stations, roads, railways, defence and infrastructure projects.

The dispute resolution department is seeking to recruit an associate with at ideally 3+ years solid experience in construction litigation and/or arbitration and adjudications.

The successful candidate will be handing a varied caseload to include interesting and complex matters for and against construction professionals, employers and contractors on a mix of transport, engineering, energy and infrastructure projects in the UK and around the world. A good working knowledge of NEC and FIDIC is essential and some exposure to other forms would be a significant advantage. Current working knowledge of the TCC and adjudication is essential.

This firm has an excellent reputation and as a result is able to attract a regular flow of good quality work into the team so you will be able to carry on your career within a specialist firm whilst receiving a great benefits package and competitive salary.

This is a fantastic opportunity to take that next step in your career.

To discuss this opportunity further, please contact Joanna at QED Legal or click the "Apply" button for immediate consideration.

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