Construction Solicitor

6 days left

Market Related
21 May 2024
18 Jun 2024
Melissa Tang
Job Title
Contract Type
Full Time

Our esteemed client, a leading Construction and Engineering Group in Scotland, is seeking a talented transactional (non-contentious) construction lawyer to join its expanding team. With the largest team of specialist construction lawyers globally, our client's Scottish practice plays a vital role in over 350 infrastructure specialists worldwide. The firm has been awarded Construction Law Firm of the Year for fifteen consecutive years, solidifying its reputation as leaders in the field.

We are looking for candidates with 4-8 years' PQE, ideally with experience in infrastructure and energy-related transactional construction work. However, strong backgrounds in transactional construction work outside these sectors will also be considered. The ideal candidate is a team player with excellent technical skills and interpersonal abilities.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Engage in top national and international construction projects
  • Develop client relationships and pursue new opportunities
  • Collaborate closely with an international team

Offering exposure to top-quality work and global clients, early responsibility and opportunities for growth, first-class training and a career development programme, and an inclusive culture fostering mental and physical well-being.

If you're interested in this exciting opportunity and want to be part of delivering "best in class" services in a thriving environment, please contact Melissa Tang at G2 Legal for a confidential discussion or please apply with an up-to-date CV.


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