Join this Top 50 firm to be exposed to some of the highest quality work, undertaken in an innovative and pioneering working environment.
This stand-out opportunity will prove to be a career enhancer to any Senior Contentious Construction Associate.
This highly recognised Top 50 firm employs a truly client-centric approach and this is the driving force for their stellar reputation.
The firm are Legal 500 ranked with multiple Top Tier practices, a result of the wealth of experience in their ranks. Due to the lack of barriers between departments, every member of the team benefits from the knowledge base at the firm and this provides excellent development and progression opportunities.
Forward-thinking in their approach, this firm offers an open and progressive environment, moving away from the traditional, stuffy law firm environment and embracing modern working practices.
An opportunity has arisen for a senior associate with 4 years PQE to join a Top 50 firm in their Contentious Construction team in Birmingham.
Advising on some of the UK's most significant projects, the practice deals with everything from town centre developments to large-scale national infrastructure projects.
The transactional and contentious teams work closely together. You will be advising on claims relating to time, money and defective work through adjudication, mediation and arbitration. Acting for a prestigious client base of developers, occupiers and more, the firm has a strong foothold in the market and provides an excellent quality of work. You will play an active role in the direction and development of the practice.
For the firm, attracting, developing and retaining talent is key to their ongoing success and growth. From this, stems excellent progression routes, with clear routes to partnership.
This stand-out opportunity for a Senior Associate presents itself due to the firm's ongoing growth plans, in particular, their Contentious Construction team based in Birmingham.
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