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    Construction Associate - London

    Job Description

    Fantastic opportunity for a Construction Associate to join a leading international law firm in London.

    The Firm

    Our client is a law firm with 1100+ people worldwide, including more than 180 partners. Their headquarters are in London, with 9 offices across Asia, Europe, and the Middle East.

    Their people are committed to achieving the goals of their clients - listed and private companies, institutions, and individuals across the globe. Their mix of expertise and culture results in a combination of deep local insight and the capability to provide a seamless international service.

    Their experience encompasses corporate, commercial litigation and arbitration, employment, pensions and private wealth, finance, marine, and international trade, and real estate and projects. They assemble teams of bright thinkers to match their clients' needs and give the right advice from the right person at the right time.

    Dedicating the highest calibre of legal talent to overcome the most complex issues, they deliver pragmatic, expert advice that is set squarely in the real world. They understand the power of diversity in delivering that high calibre advice to their clients.

    The Team

    Based in London, Hong Kong, and Dubai, their dedicated team provides specialist advice on construction and engineering disputes around the world. They act for a diverse client base of contractors, government bodies, public authorities, private developers, funders, and other stakeholders involved in high-value construction and engineering work.

    The Role

    The firm is currently seeking a Construction Associate to join their Commercial Litigation department.

    This is a fantastic opportunity for the right candidate to join a hugely successful team.

    You can expect to advise on a broad range of projects including commercial, industrial, retail, hotel and leisure, energy, utilities, and other major projects such as large engineering schemes and infrastructure projects.

    The Candidate

    The successful candidate will be a qualified lawyer with proven and extensive experience in Construction law, experience of International Disputes is an advantage but not essential.

    Please do not hesitate to contact Paul Burgin on 0203 355 2262 or