Manchester, Greater Manchester
£90,000 - £120,000
18 Nov 2021
16 Dec 2021
Job Title
Practice Area
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Full Time

We have an exciting opportunity for a Construction Partner to join a leading national firm. They are flexible in terms of location and would welcome applications from candidates in Manchester and London.

The role is succession planning, taking over from a contentious construction partner. There is therefore plenty of work/opportunities in this role. It would ideally suit either a contentious focused construction partner or a senior construction solicitor who would like to step into a partner role. A desire to generate business/be a business leader for the department is essential as it is a very hands on role.

The practice generally boasts an impressive client base and the firm will offer a competitive package.

If you are either a Contentious Construction Partner or a Senior Contentious Construction Solicitor who is interested in stepping into an exciting, fast paced and integral role within the department/firm please get in touch.

If you are interested in this position, and you meet the requirements of the role, please click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV. Alternatively, if you would like to discuss this opportunity further, please contact Jack Tierney for a confidential discussion.

Our advertisements use salary and experience as a guide only. Interlink Recruitment is an equal opportunities employer.

*Please Note: Due to the high volume of applications we are currently receiving we are unable to contact applicants who have been unsuccessful*

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