Non-Contentious Construction | Senior Associate | Top 100 Law Firm | City of London
Many of their senior Lawyers and Partners are considered experts in their fields and advise on some of the most prestigious construction work in London.
This Top 100 firm are looking for a Non-Contentious Construction Solicitor with 4 years PQE to join their market leading department in the City of London.
This Top 100 firm has experienced significant growth in the last 24 months with the hire of several Partners into their flourishing London office. They have several offices nationally and a growing international presence. They have a different culture compared to that of most City practices; they have a much more relaxed, collaborative, and forward-thinking culture. Staff value more in the way of work-life balance and flexibility.
They invest heavily in their workforce and are very progressive, their learning and development programme is widely respected in the legal sector and has been recognised by several industry awards. They are a cohesive, inclusive, and entrepreneurial organisation.
The firm has a San Francisco office; this office reinforces both its position as a leading US/UK inward investment specialist, and its cross-border M&A and international private wealth practices.
The specialist Construction team provides a comprehensive range of construction law solutions across the wide spectrum of projects undertaken in the construction industry. Clients include private and public institutions, property owners, developers, funders, contractors, specialist sub-contractors, suppliers and construction/design consultants.
You will work as part of a highly ranked department; you will deal with a wide range of work, making for a more interesting role. The work will vary from project-specific EPC and EPCM contracts to multi-party and collaborative working arrangements and encompass NEC and traditional JCT contracts.
This is a stand-out opportunity for a Senior Non-Contentious Construction Solicitor to join this Top 100 firm, based in their flourishing City of London office.