Are you an ambitious, career-focused Contentious Construction Associate looking for a new challenge? If so, a fantastic opportunity has arisen to join one of Scotland's premier law firms, with a highly competitive salary and excellent benefits.
You'll join a vibrant and inclusive firm ranked in the Legal 500 and renowned for its outstanding client-care service. The law firm is currently seeking a Contentious Construction Associate with four to six years' experience.
The firm provides legal services to both public and private sector clients in connection with construction projects as they become contentious. They also represent their clients through adjudications, arbitrations, litigations and mediations. The workload they bring in is varied and stimulating. They are looking to expand their Edinburgh team with a new Contentious Construction Associate.
Your legal role:
Based in Edinburgh, this full-time Contentious Construction Associate role is varied and challenging. You'll cover matters relating to broad property disputes and assist partners across a range of clients. The position offers the opportunity to work autonomously, with support from a committed and collaborative team.
The ideal candidate will have previous experience of working within a busy team, dealing with a wide range of property litigation and legal matters, and be an excellent collaborator and communicator.
Your critical legal and Associate skills:
? Excellent oral and written communication skills
? 4-6 years experience in a similar role
? Self-motivated and driven to achieve outstanding results
You will have a clear career pathway mapped out for you, and will be joining a highly collaborative and collegiate culture. You'll earn a very competitive salary, alongside an extensive list of fantastic benefits.
If you're an experienced Contentious Construction Associate living in Edinburgh, and you'd like to find out more, please contact us today for a confidential conversation about this role.
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