Contentious Construction lawyer 3+ years’ PQE BRISTOL

Location
Bristol (City Centre), Bristol
Salary
to £70,000
Posted
08 Feb 2021
Closes
08 Mar 2021
Ref
NL004128
Job Title
Lawyer
Practice Area
Construction
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Commercial law firm in Bristol is seeking to recruit a contentious Construction lawyer of 3 or more years’ PQE. The team’s clients come from a wide variety of industry sectors including construction, transport and infrastructure, banking and financial services, distribution and logistics, education and health, hotels and leisure, defence, engineering and surveying, charities, retail and energy and natural resources. The team also consistently wins panel appointments for major public sector clients and wins direct instructions from private sector clients and they not only carry out their Construction Dispute work in the South West region but also nationally and internationally. The successful candidate can expect to be involved in the following sorts of matters: • proceedings in the TCC • alternative dispute resolution, including adjudication, mediation and the resolution of claims under the pre-action protocol for construction and engineering disputes • dispute avoidance and risk management • contractual interpretation • professional negligence.

In the main, you will be involved with domestic projects (both regional and national) but there will also be the opportunity to become involved in international matters. In addition, you will be expected to play an active role in business development and work to raise the firm's profile and help win new business.

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