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Contentious Construction NQ+

Job description

Excellent opportunity for a talented construction lawyer to join the dedicated construction litigation team with one of the UK's leading construction firms.

Our client seeks to appoint a contentious construction lawyer to join their successful Tier One team based in Manchester. Applications are invited from NQ lawyers who have trained with another top regional, national or international practice, have at least one construction seat under their belt, and have some experience of contentious construction work or as a mix of contentious and advisory work. Due to the structure of the team, the firm would be equally delighted to speak to more experienced contentious construction lawyers with up to 5 years PQE.

Sitting amongst the most well-regarded specialist construction teams in the North West, the department is led by a number of highly respected partners. The firm benefits from a throughput of very high quality litigious work, undertaken on behalf of major clients with domestic and international interests.

Benefiting from exceptional work, flexibility, close support and opportunities for career development, as well as a market leading remuneration package, this is an excellent opportunity for a contentious construction lawyer to join a bonafide top tier construction group.

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