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Job reference CCA/5-9/MM71

Job title:Contentious Construction Lawyer (5-9 PQE)
Job consultant:Michael Madigan
Job type:Permanent
Job location:London, England

Job description

An international law firm is looking to expand their contentious construction team by hiring an associate with 5-9 years of postqualification experience.

The focus of this role will be predominantly within the contentious area but candidates that have a mixed background with experience in both areas will be considered. The team acts for a large range of both international and domestic clients on a wide variety of projects including but not limited to power stations, residential and retail projects, defence and infrastructure projects and retail park developments.

The new joiner will likely have experience in construction litigation, arbitration or adjudication matters. Background in engineering would be an advantage but this is not an essential requirement for the position. The associate will not only have the opportunity to work alongside recognised practitioners within the construction disputes sphere, but also be given the opportunity to supervise a number of more junior solicitors as well and aid in their development. Expertise in the NEC and FIDIC form of contract is essential for this role, as is a strong working knowledge of the TCC and adjudication. Competitive compensation and the chance to join an ambitious and growing team is available.

Cogence Search is a leading London legal recruitment firm. Our legal recruitment consultants support associate solicitor and partner lateral moves and work with national, U.S. and Global Law Firms. We are working as a legal recruitment agency in relation to this vacancy. For more law jobs please visit our website or contact one of our legal search consultants.

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