A fantastic opportunity has become available for an experienced individual to join a leading 60 partner top 100 law firm with offices in London and Cardiff.
My client has seen continued growth and success and as a result they now require a construction solicitor with experience of both contentious and non-contentious work to join their expanding team. A bias towards contentious work would be preferable but this is not essential.
The successful candidate would be joining a team with an excellent reputation in the market. You would be acting for a broad range of leading UK and Welsh organisations that include contractors, developers, funders, and associated professionals on the full range of construction work.
The work would be broad and varied as the team also represents clients in the public and social housing sectors and carries out energy related work.
The available position would be suited to an experienced solicitor with around 4+ years PQE, ideally having gained this experience at a leading regional or City firm, however less experienced candidates would be considered if they had the right capabilities.
If successful, you will join a dynamic and thriving team, headed by many leading individuals. Based in their vibrant Cardiff head office, your work would be focused primarily on the firm's London client base.
Applications are being accepted from candidates who work well within a team and possess sound technical knowledge coupled with the ability to maintain and develop client relationships.
On offer is a competitve salary of 40-55K and excellent benefits.
Apply now to be considered.
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