NQ Contentious Construction Solicitor

5 days left

Location
Edinburgh
Salary
Competitive
Posted
04 Nov 2021
Closes
02 Dec 2021
Ref
1131723-4-MT-44
Contact
Melissa Tang
Job Title
Solicitor
PQE Level
NQ
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Our client is a highly reputable Legal 500 law firm with offices across Scotland and in Europe. Due to organic growth, the firm’s well-regarded Construction & Engineering Team seeks an additional NQ contentious construction solicitor to join its team based in Edinburgh.   

You will be working within one of the best and most experienced Construction & Engineering Teams and for a firm that is committed to equality, diversity and an inclusive environment. 

This role will involve working closely with the partners and advising clients in both the public and private sectors, including developers, contractors, consultants and insurers. You will gain exposure to a wide variety of high-quality work, including contentious claims and insurance disputes across a range of formal dispute proceedings. 

The successful candidate will demonstrate a keen interest and enthusiasm for a broad range of contentious construction work. You will also be able to work effectively as part of a team and have a personable and methodical approach. The firm will offer excellent ongoing training and a clear career progression path, as well as a competitive salary and benefits package. 

If you are a construction solicitor currently considering a new opportunity in Edinburgh, please contact Melissa Tang at G2 Legal for a confidential discussion or apply with an up-to-date CV.

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