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Construction/Energy Disputes 3-5 pqe

Employer
Gardner Halliday
Location
London (Central), London (Greater) (GB) London (City)
Salary
Top market rate
Closing date
5 Jul 2024

Job Details

This international law firm is regarded as world leading in construction and energy and is looking to support the growth of its London construction and energy disputes team with the addition of mid-level associate. 

The team is lead by a number of highly ranked partners and you will have exposure to  a variety of litigation, arbitration and adjudication matters.  The majority of the work is international and high profile.  You will need experience from another top firm and be comfortable advising on issues such as delay, disruption and defects as well as broader energy and construction issues. Ideal candidates will be in the region of 3-5pqe although candidates outside of this range with relevant experience will also be considered. 

For more information, please contact Lucy Halliday on 0203 883 4547 or lucy@gardnerhalliday.com. 

Company

We are a boutique legal recruitment agency founded by two of the most experienced recruitment consultants in the London private practice market. With combined experience of over 35 years in law and legal recruitment, Toria Gardner and Lucy Halliday have an extensive network and a deep knowledge of London's law firms.

What we do

We place lawyers and PSLs at all levels and across all practice areas into leading London, UK and US law firms. 

Everyone has their own unique motivations for moving on. We listen, advise and guide you through each step.

Charity Partnerships

We donate £500 for each candidate we place to three wonderful charities - Choose Love, LGBT Foundation and Child Poverty Action Group.

For us, it makes each placement we make feel that bit more significant and we hope that our candidates and clients feel the same way.

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