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Construction Solicitor


Interlink Recruitment
Salary: Negotiable
Location: Greater Manchester, Manchester
Job type: Permanent
Job sector: Private Practice
Experience: PQE 2, PQE 3, PQE 4, PQE 5, PQE 6-9
Contact: Adam
Practice Area: Commercial
Job Role: Solicitor Jobs
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Our client, a high-ranking global law firm has an opening for a Construction Solicitor to join their thriving Construction Litigation team in Manchester.

You will be a diligent worker that has gained their experience at a strong regional or national firm.

You will ideally have already built a strong network of clients and endeavour to build and maintain relationships with current and prospective clients.  You will be an active team player and will be eager to see the practice succeed.  You will be enthusiastic about contentious work and will readily advise on all forms of contract; FIDIC- based contracts, NEC3 and bespoke agreements etc.

If you are a driven and motivated Construction Solicitor then this could be the ideal role for you.

Our client, a high-ranking global law firm has an opening for a Construction Solicitor to join their thriving Construction Litigation team in Manchester.

You will be a diligent worker that has gained their experience at a strong regional or national firm.

You will ideally have already built a strong network of clients and endeavour to build and maintain relationships with current and prospective clients.  You will be an active team player and will be eager to see the practice succeed.  You will be enthusiastic about contentious work and will readily advise on all forms of contract; FIDIC- based contracts, NEC3 and bespoke agreements etc.

If you are a driven and motivated Construction Solicitor then this could be the ideal role for you.

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