Contentious Construction Senior Associate/ Managing Associate – Award winning Top 50 firm

Senior Associate/ Managing Associate




Excellent opportunity to join a top tier construction, projects and infrastructure team in award winning Top 50 Law firm.  You will be advising both public and private sector clients with a broad sector focus including clean energy, real estate development, utilities and infrastructure projects.

You will have first class experience in contentious construction and keen to further develop your career in a top tier construction team, working closely with key clients, strengthening existing relationships and helping supervise and mentor more junior fee earners.

You will be joining an innovative and collaborative firm, where you will be given full support to develop your career, alongside developing long-lasting relationships with clients in an inclusive and diverse environment, where you can be yourself, and work with high calibre colleagues in a progressive and fast moving firm.

Please contact Sarah Wood for more information about this role on or call 07897 074891 for a confidential and informal discussion about this role and other opportunities.

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