Construction Disputes Lawyer

Taylor Root
England, West Midlands, Birmingham
£48000 - £65000 per annum + Comprehensive package
26 Apr 2021
24 May 2021
Luqmaan Ayaz
Job Title
Practice Area
Construction, Litigation
PQE Level
2-4, NQ
Contract Type
Full Time

Construction Disputes Lawyer

A Construction Disputes Lawyer is sought by an International UK law firm with offices across the country working together as one collaborative national team.

The Construction Disputes Lawyer’s key focus will be on domestic and international construction disputes, with responsibilities including:

  • Acting for a diverse client and sector base
  • Disputes avoidance, management and resolution of high quality, highly complex disputes
  • Working within the infrastructure, construction and transport sectors

The successful Construction Disputes Lawyer’s skills and experience:

  • 1-4 years’ PQE
  • Experience within Construction Disputes
  • Enthusiasm for this area of law

Benefits on offer to the Construction Disputes Lawyer:

  • £48,000-£65,000 salary
  • Quick progression opportunities due to the lack of hierarchical structure at the firm
  • Recognition for hard work
  • Comprehensive benefits
  • Flexible and innovative, agile working practices
  • Opportunity to travel to international offices

This is your opportunity to join a team who have a proven track record of success in providing contractual, practical, operational and risk management advice on distressed, high-value or strategically critical projects.

If you are interested in this Construction Disputes Lawyer role in Birmingham, apply now.

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