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Introduction

Transactional Construction Lawyer (1-3 PQE) – Leeds

We are looking for a junior construction lawyer to join our client’s market leading practice. Nationally they are unrivalled and due to expansion, they’re now looking for a stellar addition to their already impressive team.
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Transactional Construction Lawyer (1-3 PQE) – Leeds

Private Practice in Energy, Projects & Construction Email Job
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Job Detail

  • Job Ref CT/16/11
  • Salary Competitive
  • Experience Level NQ - 1 YRS PQE2- 5 YRS PQE
  • Practice Area Energy, Projects & Construction

Job Description

We are looking for a junior construction lawyer to join our client’s market leading practice. Nationally they are unrivalled and due to expansion, they’re now looking for a stellar addition to their already impressive team.

The role would suit an individual familiar with infrastructure and energy related transactional non-contentious construction work. However, we would also welcome strong applications from those in commercial contracts who are interested in pursuing their career in a different direction.

Salary based on experience, including a comprehensive benefits package.

The Role:

  • Develop relationships with an existing client base and pitching for new opportunities.
  • Develop working relationships as part of a wider international team.
  • The successful candidate will be involved in the very best national and international construction work.

Requirements:

  • Excellent academics, ideally gaining a 2:1 at degree level or equivalent.
  • UK qualified solicitor 1 – 3+ PQE or equivalent.
  • Have gained experience in a large commercial firm, in-house legal team, or local authority.
  • Able to forge strong working relationships with colleagues in an agile environment.
  • Be technically strong and commercially minded.
  • Have strong interpersonal skills.16

Process:

  • All enquiries treated in the strictest confidence.
  • Contact us now to discuss the role or for a general chat about the North/ Northwest markets.