NQ Solicitor, Corporate & Commercial / Energy & Infrastructure – Edinburgh / Glasgow

Practice Area: Infrastructure, PFI / Projects, Renewable Energy, Banking, Commercial Contracts, Commercial Litigation, Commercial Property, Construction, Corporate, Energy
Level: NQ 2022, NQ 2023, NQ, Full Time
Section: Law Firm
Location: Central Belt, Edinburgh, Glasgow
Ref: FW8538

We have been instructed on this new commercial vacancy with our client, an independent Scottish law firm. The firm is currently recruiting a newly qualified solicitor to join its Energy & Infrastructure team on a full-time basis; the post-holder can be based in either the firms Edinburgh or Glasgow office. The purpose of the role is to assist the team in the renewables and low carbon energy sector.

The successful candidate can expect to be involved in a mix of renewable projects and provide advice to a variety of different sectors including oil & gas, hydro, wind energy and public.

To be considered for this role you should be a newly qualified solicitor with an interest in the energy sector long-term; completion of a seat in this area during traineeship would be beneficial, however not essential. Previous experience of infrastructure work would also be advantageous. If this position could be of interest, please do not hesitate to contact either Teddie or Steph for an initial and confidential discussion. (assignment 14870)

teddie@frasiawright.com https://uk.linkedin.com/in/teddie-wright-7b017ab7

stephanie@frasiawright.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephanie-togneri-alexander-4aa35738/

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