Construction Litigation Lawyer

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England, London
£City market
30 May 2024
27 Jun 2024
Marian Lloyd-Jones
Job Title
Practice Area
Construction, Litigation
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7
Contract Type
Full Time


A highly regarded UK law firm.


For a lawyer to join the firm's renowned London based Construction, Engineering & Projects team.

You will handle transactional advice through to dispute avoidance and dispute resolution advice relating to large-scale construction and engineering projects in both the UK and internationally.

Clients include real estate developers, housebuilders, property investment companies, contractors, sub-contractors and major engineering consultancies. The team also acts for the firm's private clients on high value residential construction projects.


A construction lawyer with 3-6pqe you will be looking for an opportunity to work across a wide variety of contentious and non-contentious construction work streams, with current growth particularly focussed on the contentious side of the practice.

The firm is particularly interested in experience of working on both UK adjudications and Technology and Construction Court (TCC) litigation.

The new joiner can be expected to have a significant level of responsibility and client contact, whilst working in a supportive and collaborative team.

England & Wales qualified or equivalent, you will be able to integrate into teams effectively

Experience of contentious construction work, and in particular working on both UK adjudications and/or TCC litigation and/or arbitration and other forms of dispute avoidance / resolution (mediation, expert determination etc.) is desirable.

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

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