Construction & Litigation Solicitor

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Location
Exeter
Salary
Competitive + Benefits
Posted
21 Sep 2018
Closes
19 Oct 2018
Ref
PN306068
Contact
Paul Norman
Position
Solicitor
Hours
Full time
Contract type
Permanent
Construction & Litigation Solicitor.
 
This Exeter based law firm are searching for a construction lawyer to join their wider litigation team. 
 
In this role you will advise on both contentious and non-contentious construction matters locally and nationally. 
 
You will be a junior solicitor, probably from Newly Qualified to 3 year PQE level. 
 
In this role you will handle a mixed construction caseload to include: adjudication, arbitration and litigation work, as well as  advising on contract drafting and bank lending documents. 
 
This position will work closely with a very experienced partner, and as such offers an excellent opportunity to begin/continue your career within litigation and construction. You will also contribute to department business development, and will receive full support and guidance on this. 
 
Solicitors approaching qualification are encouraged to apply, if you have completed a relevant construction or litigation seat. 
 
Excellent salary. Benefits include 25 days holiday, annual bonus and private healthcare and medical insurance. 
 
For more information please call Paul Norman, or better still, email your CV through by clicking on "apply now". 01179 000 888.

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