Construction Solicitor

£50k - 65k per year + Benefits Package
04 Jun 2024
02 Jul 2024
Chris Rodriguez
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Contract Type
Full Time

Are you a qualified Construction Solicitor looking to join a leading law firm in a recognised construction department? 

This forward thinking Legal 100 law firm, based in Southampton, has a proven track record for success and is looking to grow its successful construction team. The firm has an ambitious strategy and a strong management team to give you the right support required to climb the career ladder.  You will ideally be 1 – 6 years’ post qualification.

The department handles both a mixture of contentious (litigation, arbitration and adjudication as well as ADR) and non-contentious matters. You will need to be familiar with a range of both contentious and non-contentious construction matters.

Hybrid working will be considered for the right candidate. 

This Southampton-based role as a Construction Solicitor will involve: 

  • Clear career path from day 1.
  • Technically excellent handling both contentious and non- contentious construction matters
  • Working with a wide range of commercial, residential and mixed projects in both public and private sectors

This highly attractive role would suit either a Lawyer from a leading regional firm or a City Lawyer looking for a 'Work life Balance'. 

My client is eager to shortlist for interviews as soon as possible, so please contact Chris Rodriguez at G2 Legal for an informal discussion or please send your CV confidentially by applying for the role online. 

(Please note salary is just a guideline)


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