Mid to Senior Non-Contentious Construction Lawyer

Location
England, London
Salary
£Market
Posted
30 May 2024
Closes
27 Jun 2024
Ref
73656
Contact
Marian Lloyd-Jones
Job Title
Lawyer
Practice Area
Construction
PQE Level
5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

THE FIRM

A global law firm.


THE ROLE

The London office is recruiting for a non-contentious construction associate to focus on UK development matters, working closely with the Real Estate Practice .

As part of the world's largest construction practice the firm offers a comprehensive and commercially focused service to major developers, owners, employers, contractors, funders and all other stakeholders in the construction and engineering industry.

They advise on the full range of national standard-form construction contracts (including NEC and JCT), as well as bespoke contract forms.

ABOUT YOU

A mid to senior level lawyer, you will have a high level of responsibility for day to day management of matters, aiding in the management and supervision of junior colleagues and reporting to supervising partners. In addition the role will involve maintaining a close working relationship with and supporting the firm's award winning Real Estate practice on a range of matters.

Qualified as a lawyer in England & Wales or other common-law jurisdiction, you will have and be able to demonstrate an excellent academic background and solid experience acting for commercial clients in non-contentious matters encompassing UK development projects.

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

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