Construction NQ Solicitor - Leeds

Location
Leeds
Salary
£40000 per annum
Posted
06 Apr 2018
Closes
04 May 2018
Ref
GCJ6979
Contact
Gemma Crossley
Position
Solicitor
Hours
Full time
Contract type
Permanent
Construction NQ Solicitor - Leeds

An experienced construction lawyer is sought for an international firm based at their Leeds office.

This firm has an excellent reputation for their work generally, and their construction team is one of the best in the region. Having concluded their internal NQ process, the firm are now keen to hear from trainee solicitors who have completed a 6 month seat in construction.

The team has a broad practice covering both contentious and non-contentious construction matters and have an excellent reputation for their work on significant regional projects, particularly within energy and infrastructure matters. You'll be working for a wide range of clients including commercial developers, contractors, financial institutions and public sector bodies.

Given the profile of the firm and the relatively exposed nature of the role the firm are looking for someone with proven experience, who is ambitious, and who is perhaps frustrated with being part of a larger team with limited avenues down which to progress. In this role you'll be able to enjoy raising your own professional profile both with clients and the broader market, and also internally within the firm.

The successful applicant will be able to demonstrate the ability to give technical yet practical advice, taking into account the commercial realities under which clients operate. Excellent communication skills are essential along with the ability to work autonomously or as part of a team.



Florit Brooke advertisements use PQE levels purely as a guide to the level of experience required for the role and this does not prohibit applications from candidates who are able to demonstrate the necessary skills and experience. We aim to respond to enquiries as soon as possible but if we have not contacted you within 5 days then unfortunately on this occasion your application has not quite met the requirements of our client closely enough.