Our law firm client is a global 100 law firm, with over 3,400 employees operating out of 25 locations across Europe, Asia Pacific, Africa and the Middle East. Its construction team in Birmingham is expanding and are currently looking to recruit a 1-3 PQE non-contentious construction lawyer into their Birmingham team.
This team have an unrivalled reputation in acting for employers, funders, project companies, contractors, consultants and insurers. They act 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. Their construction team act across the sectors including infrastructure and energy (nuclear, renewables, conventional and oil and gas), property, waste, education, transport and health.
The successful candidate will have a strong grounding in transactional construction work. The team’s pipeline is such that the opportunity would best suit a candidate well versed in infrastructure and energy related transactional (noncontentious) construction work. This candidate may have the opportunity of exposure to both construction and projects work so experience and flexibility in that regard is an advantage.
What will they offer you?
* They are a market leading, dynamic and growing global team who work together to produce outstanding results for our clients.
* They invest in their team and have a first-class training and career development programme. Their training reflects their position as a market leader in communications and sourcing. Thir training will assist you to develop as a specialist with valuable sector knowledge and the ability to deliver “best in class” services.
* Early responsibility and opportunities to develop client relationships.
For further information about this position please contact James Brewster.
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