Exceptional opportunity for a construction law expert looking to take on a senior role within a high profile national firm.
My client is a highly-rated Top 100 practice with an excellent reputation for providing high quality legal advice to an impressive client base. The firm’s national construction practice continues to expand and as such an opportunity has arisen for a construction law specialist to join its team in Birmingham at a senior level.
You will be working with large construction firms, developers, employers and subcontractors on a variety of matters including production of building contracts (NEC, JCT, etc) and ancillary documents such as guarantees and warranties, professional negligence matters, disputes over defects, joint ventures, terms and conditions, analysis reports, etc.
The firm is happy to consider applications from candidates who are either ‘all-rounders’ or from those who may have more of a leaning towards contentious or non-contentious construction work.
The firm also takes a long-term view to lateral hires so candidates seeking to take that step-up but who may not have the guaranteed level of following on Day One which some firms require for a partner hire should be very keen to discuss this position.
Remuneration is highly competitive and should attract the best talent in the market.
To discuss this position in more detail call Greg Reid at Price Richardson or forward your CV in absolute confidence, either directly via the Price Richardson website or using the ‘apply’ link.
Price Richardson is a leading provider of retained search and recruitment services exclusively to the legal profession. Working primarily on senior level and partner hires, our experience at the top end of the market sets us apart as a recruiter of choice for top tier firms across the UK.
Price Richardson is acting as an employment agency in relation to this vacancy.
Where PQE is referred to this should be taken as indicative only and does not preclude applicants with other levels of experience who can display the necessary skill-set and supervisory requirements from being considered.