Head of Construction Disputes - Birmingham, West Midlands - 8 years+ PQE - Looking for a new challenge? Seeking an opportunity to manage teams and lead from the front? Keen on working with an interesting and complex caseload? Then this could be the perfect role for you to really further enhance your skills and experience within construction law.
JOB TITLE: Head of Construction PQE REQUIRED: 8+ LOCATION: Birmingham SALARY: Exceptional
This leading law firm is experiencing some significant growth and has made a number of key hires in a number of areas. As part of planned expansion for the team this highly regarded law practice is seeking to appoint a Head of Construction Disputes to assist in the delivery of high value, high profile and cutting edge work. With an excellent pedigree you will contribute to the business in terms of billings, as well as ideas on how to develop the practice further.
Offering a range of contentious services to a variety of clients, you will ideally boast a minimum of 8 years PQE and have excellent academics. You will be a highly motivated and a focused individual that strives for excellence. The ideal candidate will have a robust track record of managing complex construction disputes as well as supervising and managing teams. The firm is looking for a tactical thinker who either has experience or a true desire to work within the firms core divisions.
As the Head of Construction Disputes, you will be joining a thriving and market leading law firm who are genuinely passionate about the work they do, and want to be joined by an exceptional Construction Solicitor who is equally as driven and motivated as they are. Their business approach is led by their desire to build long term relationships with clients and have an established client base who include charities, house providers, educational establishments and commercial businesses.
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