In-house Commercial Litigation Solicitor – Edinburgh

Practice Area: Commercial Litigation, Construction, Energy, Contentious, Infrastructure, Renewable Energy
Level: NQ 2022, NQ 2023, NQ, Assistant, Associate, Full Time
Section: In-House
Location: Central Belt, Edinburgh, Scotland
Ref: FW8279

This is an exciting opportunity for a Commercial Litigation Solicitor to join this renewable energy organisation based in Edinburgh.  The organisation is seeking a Commercial Litigation Lawyer to join its busy team who focuses on offshore wind developers.

The ideal candidate will be in the NQ-5 years’ PQE bracket and have an enthusiasm and desire to work in a busy in-house commercial role.  This is an interesting role and your key duties will include:

  • Analysing complex and legal commercial issues.
  • Managing and negotiating contractor claims.
  • Instructing and managing external counsel.
  • Advising on regulatory matters.
  • Some international travel will be required.

Candidates should have previous commercial litigation experience and candidates with contentious construction experience would be well received.  Previous experience in the energy or infrastructure sector would be beneficial.

This is an excellent opportunity for a junior level lawyer to join a thriving in-house legal team within a growing organisation. Salary is highly competitive as well as market leading benefits.  A hybrid working arrangement is available as well.

If this position interests you, please get in touch with Cameron or Teddie for an initial and confidential discussion. (Assignment 14676)

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