Construction PSL

England, London
13 May 2022
10 Jun 2022
Marian Lloyd-Jones
Practice Area
PQE Level
10+, 5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Full Time


A well established City firm with offices in the regions and a growing international reach.


In the Construction, Engineering and Procurement Team, this is an exciting opportunity for an experienced professional support lawyer to join a busy department in London.


An experienced PSL 5pqe+ with a demonstrable in-depth knowledge of construction law, who will monitor and report on the fast-moving developments in relation to:

* the Building Safety Act;

* the Fire Safety Act 2021; and

* the toolkit of new rights of redress proposed by the Government to enhance the ability of building owners, landlords, homeowners and leaseholders to seek compensation for defective work carried out on their properties and the use of defective products.

This will be used to inform clients on these unprecedented legal developments and ensure that the team continues to provide leading-edge advice to clients who are operating at the forefront of this legal transformation.

You will additionally maintain and develop a bank of precedents and practice notes for the team and produce regular updates and briefing notes for clients on all other aspects of construction law.

In addition, the PSL should be interested in working with and developing more junior solicitors by providing advice and guidance on various legal matters as they arise and delivering training both within the team and externally to clients on request.

Lipson Lloyd Jones Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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