Non-Contentious Construction Lawyer, Partner c.£500,000 Back to List

Global law firm with leading real estate team requires construction lateral

As one of the very few law firms that can legitimately claim to be a global player in real estate, it is unsurprising that real estate-led construction is an integral part of its offering. In Europe, the firm undertakes a diet of cross-border investment and development matters on behalf of an eclectic mix of PE, credit and debt funds, banks, developers, educational institutions, and even the odd billionaire.   

 

Aside from ‘beds, sheds and meds’ the firm has been hyperactive in a range of other alternative asset classes – in particular, European data centres where it has developed something of a lead.

 

Unlike many of its peers, over the past five years, the firm has consistently augmented its core London real estate offering which, even before the current market spike, was causing capacity constraints with its partner-level construction support.  The law firm would like to remedy this with a construction lateral.  Although the primary need is construction support for direct real estate, an additional angle in projects or contentious construction would not be amiss.

 

 

Apply online or contact SCOTT GIBSON at scott.gibson@edwardsgibson.com or +44 207 153 4903 to find out more about this or similar opportunities.

 

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Reference: SG890892
Job type: Permanent
Location: London
Practice areas: Non-contentious Construction

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