A leading international law firm is looking to hire an additional Construction Disputes Resolution Lawyer for its high-ranking contentious construction team. Based in the firm’s offices in Glasgow, the Construction Disputes Lawyer will be offered a full-time, permanent role.
Your New Firm
- The Construction Disputes Resolution Lawyer will join a firm consistently ranked number 1 on a global scale for construction, energy and infrastructure with a first class team of over 170 lawyers.
- The firm is recognised nationally and internationally as the leading adviser to the construction and engineering industries and for infrastructure and energy projects.
- They have an unrivalled reputation in acting for contractors, project companies, developers, public bodies, funders and insurers.
- The firm acts for over half of the UK's top 50 contractors, a large number of the top contractors worldwide and an impressive range of private and public sector clients.
- The firm has a deep understanding and close alignment to the construction sector enables them to offer an "entire project life cycle" service to our clients.
- Legal services span national and international procurement techniques and strategies (including PFI and FIDIC) and all forms of dispute resolution.
The firm is currently recruiting for a junior level Construction Disputes Lawyer with 1+ year of PQE and an Associate level lawyer with 4+ years of PQE. Candidates should demonstrate:
- A contentious background - experience of construction disputes is highly advantageous, however, candidates with general dispute resolution experience are also invited to apply.
- Technical excellence and, of equal important, commercial awareness.
- Enthusiasm for business development.
- Team playing abilities with a strong client focussed approach.
- Excellent communication and organisational skills.
The successful Contentious Construction Lawyer will benefit from:
- High quality engineering and construction work.
- Highly competitive salary and benefits package including bonus and pension.
- Early responsibility and opportunities to develop rewarding and sustainable client relationships.
- Genuine long-term career prospects and excellent training and personal development programmes.
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