Construction Litigation

Location
England, London / City of London, England, London
Salary
£70000 - £85000 per annum
Posted
06 Oct 2017
Closes
03 Nov 2017
Ref
65552
Contact
Jon Cowdry
Sector/Practice Area
Construction
Vacancy Type
Lawyers, Private Practice
Contract/hours
Permanent

THE FIRM

One of the leading global insurance and transportation firms.

THE ROLE

This is a superb opportunity for a top quality energy/ construction Associate to join a market-leading group which focuses on high value, complex disputes.

Matters will typically involve high value international energy construction disputes for contractors, and other non-construction energy disputes. The disputes handled by the team are often worth hundreds of millions of dollars and raise complex technical engineering and Public International Law issues.

Most of the disputes are arbitrated, so international arbitration experience would be essential. Disputes could take place and be arbitrated anywhere in the world, subject to many different governing laws. Whilst a firm grounding in English law is essential, given the international range of work some civil law experience would be valuable.

THE PERSON

* 3PQE+ experience in international arbitration covering construction cases

* Construction litigation expeience gained at a well regarded firm

* Excellent academic background

Lipson Lloyd Jones Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy. Please note our advertisements use PQE levels purely as a guide to the minimum level of experience required. However we are happy to consider applications from all candidates who are able to demonstrate the skills necessary to fulfill this kind of work.

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