Landscape Logo Landscape Logo

Solicitor - Construction

BBBH18966
£35000 - £55000 per annum Negotiable DOE Benefits

Managing this Role

image

Are you seeking a platform to progress at a dynamic top 50 firm that have one of the best and biggest names in the legal industry? This firm can offer unparalleled exposure to big ticket clients ensuring the highest level of work possible.

The firm

This firm now have a team of over 400 Solicitors nationwide, many being ranked highly in the Legal 500. Unlike other firms, this practice value work-life balance.

They are a people orientated business and offer a friendly, dynamic, progressive, and supportive team dynamic. With their continued growth, there are no glass ceilings regarding progression with lots of opportunity across the department. Many of the firm's Partners are home grown and have risen the ranks internally. They are a multi-service firm and are continuously evolving and boast an excellent blend of commercialism and creativity.

The role

This is an exciting opportunity for a Construction Associate to join this national law firm based in Birmingham.

The firm has one of the largest Construction client bases in the country. They often have fee earners based internally on secondments giving them an unrivalled working relationship with some of the largest names in the Construction sphere.

This role would prove to be an excellent role for a Senior Associate looking to make a step towards Partnership or a Partner looking to make a lateral move.

You should have experience of dealing with both contentious and non-contentious Construction matters.

Requirements

  • You will be a Construction Partner with 0-5 years PQE (there is no upper limit with PQE)
  • You will have experience of leading a team
  • You will work closely alongside industry leading Partners
  • You will be ambitious and wanting to progress
  • Salary is very competitive with an industry leading benefits package


Apply now for immediate consideration or feel free to give me a call for a confidential conversation