Construction Litigation Solicitor

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Location
Greater Manchester, England, Manchester
Salary
£40000 - £46000 per annum + Additional Benefits
Posted
14 Sep 2017
Closes
12 Oct 2017
Ref
BBBH14185
Contact
Dawn Everton
Sector/Practice Area
Construction
Vacancy Type
Lawyers, Private Practice
Contract/hours
Full time

Are you a contentious construction lawyer looking for a new opportunity? Are you in a practice and you have reached your glass ceiling?

If so then please do read on

This Lega 500 client is an award winning, national Top 100 firm with a reputation as an excellent company to work for and progress your career.


They are looking for a contentious construction solicitor to join their team in Manchester as part of the wider national construction offering. You will be dealing with top quality, complex work, advising national and international clients in an inclusive and supportive environment.

The Partners in the team are highly regarded and feature in the Legal 500 as leading figures. Working under them will give the successful candidate excellent exposure to high end work.

The Manchester office has seen fantastic growth across a multitude of sectors in the last couple of years and they are looking to expand their Construction team here.

The firm are unique in that they do offer genuine progression with no glass ceilings or archaic hierarchy, in a supportive and award winning culture (having featured on numerous occasions in The Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to work for)

The firm offer a highly competitive salary and benefits.

If you would like to hear more about the role then please call Dawn Everton at QED Legal in confidence or click apply below for immediate consideration.

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