Construction Lawyer, Contentious & Non-Contentious, Top 6 (1 to 3 years’ PQE)

Reference: JL585
Sector: Legal
Job Type: Permanent
Consultant: Justin Loughnane
Justin Loughnane

The Opportunity

On behalf of our client a top 6 firm, Red Tree Recruitment is currently looking to recruit a Construction Solicitor with between 1-3 years’  PQE.

The successful candidate will join a market leading team which combines contentious and non-contentious expertise where the instructions will be challenging and of a high value.

The team have experience advising clients across a number of different sectors including engineering, life sciences, healthcare, education, renewables, energy and natural resources, transport, education, commercial development and general infrastructure sectors.

The role will predominantly focus on non-contentious construction matters where you will provide advice to clients on issues arising throughout all stages of a construction/engineering project, however you will also gain contentious experience too.

Clients include government, local authorities, banks, developers, contractors and designers.

Candidate Profile / Experience

You will be a Qualified Solicitor with between 1-3 years PQE from a leading, mid-tier, boutique construction practice or UK firm.

Please note only candidates that match the minimum job requirements above will be contacted for this role.

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Reward / Package

Extremely competitive Salary, Promotional and Bonus/Benefits package on offer to the successful candidate.

Contact

Consultant: Justin Loughnane

Justin Loughnane Solicitor – Associate Director, Head of Legal on + (353) 1 5541291 or via email justin@redtree.ie (All applications and discussions will be treated in strict confidence)