Retrain to Energy/Projects Lawyer - NQ to senior

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England, West Yorkshire, Leeds
14 Apr 2021
12 May 2021
Adele Callaghan
Job Title
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7, NQ
Contract Type
Full Time

This award winning team advises on a range of infrastructure, projects and energy & renewable energy matters and counts major transport, utilities, waste and technology infrastructure companies among its impressive client base. The team is very much in the vanguard of thought leadership with regards to cutting edge innovations in this space.

The team is looking for lawyers NQ+ to join the team and has a strong track record of retraining lawyers currently working in a different area of the law - e Corporate, Commercial Litigation, Real Estate, Banking, Commercial, Construction & Insolvency - but are looking for a change.

You must have a background at a national or respected regional practice and be able to demonstrate a keen interest in retraining to work with clients on energy, infrastructure and projects matters.

On offer is a rare opportunity to change your focus and join a supportive and collegiate environment working alongside lawyers who focus on complex and often headline-grabbing transactions.

Please contact Adele Callaghan at Hays Legal for a confidential discussion or email your CV.

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