Contentious Construction lawyer 2+ years’ PQE LONDON

7 days left

Location
London (Central), London (Greater)
Salary
to £100,000
Posted
08 Feb 2021
Closes
08 Mar 2021
Ref
NL004110
Job Title
Lawyer
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Directories-listed Construction law team in London is seeking to recruit a contentious Construction lawyer of 2 or more years’ PQE. The role will involve working across a range of sectors including infrastructure, transport, energy and natural resources spanning domestic, international and cross border matters. Clients include employers, developers, funders and major contractors. The successful applicant will have a high level of responsibility for day-to-day management of contentious matters, aiding in the management and supervision of junior colleagues and reporting to supervising partners. In addition, the role will involve maintaining a close working relationship with the Banking and Projects practices on a range of matters. Ideally, applicants will have experience acting for commercial clients in contentious matters encompassing domestic, international and cross-border issues. Furthermore, experience of a wide range of dispute resolution methods including litigation, international arbitration, adjudication and major forms of ADR is also important. Familiarity with major standard domestic and international forms of construction contract including JCT, NEC and FIDIC is required together with experience of associated transaction documents and the full range of procurement routes.

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