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Energy & Infrastructure Lawyer - Senior Associate

Job description

This international law firm seeks to recruit 2 experienced Property Lawyers to join their leading Development & Investment team. This person can be based at any of the following offices: Aberdeen, Belfast, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds or Manchester.

These positions are within the Property Energy and Infrastructure subteam, catering to clients across the UK. Candidates with a minimum of 8 years' PQE, qualified in either England & Wales or Scotland, and with a background in energy and/or infrastructure projects are encouraged to apply.
This law firm boasts one of the UK's largest groups of property lawyers, specialising in Energy & Infrastructure sectors. Known for their sector expertise and practical advice, they handle a diverse range of projects, from offshore wind farms to EV charging stations.
Ideal candidates will have a strong academic background, excellent technical skills, commercial awareness, and a proven track record in business development. Successful candidates will have the opportunity to work on high-profile projects and collaborate with clients ranging from public authorities to utility companies

Salary - £85,000

If you'd like to be considered for this opportunity, please apply below or contact Luqmaan Ayaz for further details.

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