Projects Lawyer

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Origin Legal
Perth, WA, Australia (AU)
Competitive salary and benefits package
09 Apr 2021
07 May 2021
Job Title
Practice Area
Construction, Energy, PFI
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Full Time

Senior Associate level Projects/Infrastructure Lawyer – Located Perth, Australia – Australian or UK/Commonwealth qualified applications invited.

This leading Australian law firm is undergoing a period of sustained expansion across its highly acclaimed national projects and construction practice. It fields some of the most respected specialist partners in the country, heading a team that advises major clients on many of the largest and highest-profile projects in the Australian market.

As part of its ongoing growth, the firm is keen to speak with lawyers who have a background in advising on major infrastructure, construction and projects work. Joining at senior associate level, ideal applicants will have at least three to four years’ relevant pqe, although it is stressed that more experienced lawyers are also encouraged to apply.

Australian lawyers (in Australia or seeking a return home) are of particular interest but the firm is also keen to hear from UK/Commonwealth qualified lawyers who can demonstrate a strong profile and a genuine commitment to relocation.

Based in Perth, the successful candidate will join a market-leading team that is integrated across its national network of offices, and so you will have the opportunity to work on the most important projects nationwide. You can expect a competitive salary and benefits package and the opportunities for career development are excellent.

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