Commercial Contracts Lawyer

London (Greater)
£30.00 - £50.00 per hour
11 Oct 2021
08 Nov 2021
Job Title
Practice Area
Commercial Contracts
Contract Type
Full Time

LAW Absolute are working with a local authority based in London who are seeking an experienced Commercial Contracts & Procurement Lawyer for three months initially.

The successful Commercial Contracts Lawyer will be required to advise on all aspects of contract law. You will advise on matters such as EU procurement, contracts for goods and services, competition, contractual disputes, major corporate projects, joint ventures and negotiations.

Our client has a diverse staff base with experience drawn from the public and private sector. It is essential that candidates applying for the role have EU procurement experience to be considered. You must also have a current practising certificate.  The local authority is seeking candidates available to start on no more than two weeks’ notice.


Please note our advertisements use PQE/salary levels purely as a guide. However we are happy to consider applications from all candidates who are able to demonstrate the skills necessary to fulfil the role.

At LAW Absolute we endeavour to respond to all applications within 48 hours. However due to the volume of applications we receive we may not be able to respond to every candidate individually.

If you have not heard from us within a 48 hour timeframe your application has not been successful and your details have not been retained. LAW Absolute acts as an employment business for temporary recruitment and as an employment agency for fixed term contract and permanent recruitment.

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