We have been instructed on a role with our client, a leading Scottish-headquartered UK law firm. An exciting opportunity for a Contentious Construction lawyer to join its busy team based in Edinburgh. The role will sit within the Property and Infrastructure Disputes practice which is part of the firm’s wider Commercial Disputes and Regulation division.

The team focus on the energy sector and regularly advise on areas such as infrastructure, civil engineering, utilities, oil and gas, and renewables. Within the team, you will have the opportunity to:

  • Advise clients on their contractual provisions and obligations.
  • Provide pre-dispute advice to large commercial clients.
  • Participate in large scale Scottish and English court actions and experience a range of alternative dispute resolution options.
  • Advise clients on the concluded position of documenting settlements and agreements.

The team is seeking candidates at the 1 year PQE level and above, ideally with previous commercial construction experience being preferred but not essential.

Interested candidates should be able to demonstrate a range of relevant legal knowledge and a willingness to learn and expand this knowledge. This is a full-time position with excellent training opportunities and flexible working.

If this position interests you, please do not hesitate to contact either Teddie or Frasia for an initial and confidential discussion. (Assignment 14803)

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

frasia@frasiawright.com    https://www.linkedin.com/in/frasia-wright-6bbabba/

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