Planning NQ - City law firm, London

Our client is a leading international law firm with offices across the globe. An opportunity has arisen for an ambitious NQ to join the firm’s busy planning practice in London.

GBP Rate Industry Law Location UK - England - London Type Permanent Ref JN -062019-441459 Posted 239 days ago

Job Description

Planning NQ – City Law Firm, London


Our client is a leading international law firm with offices across the globe. An opportunity has arisen for an ambitious NQ to join the firm’s busy planning practice in London.


The role


You will be involved in some of the most significant and pioneering development and infrastructure projects across the UK, US and the Middle East. The team has unrivalled expertise in handling multifaceted projects from transport, buildings, retail/ leisure/ residential and multi-arena sports facilities. The team has over 30 experts with knowledge of all aspects of local and international planning and policy. The team is ranked in the top tier of leading directories and has been acknowledged with a variety of legal awards.


About you


·   You will have completed at least one seat within planning and be able to demonstrate a real passion for the practice area.

·   You will have trained (or perhaps still be training) with a leading City or regional law firm.

·   You will have excellent academic credentials.

·   You will be able to communicate confidently and concisely with both peers and clients and enjoy business development and marketing.


To apply


Please contact Anne Doherty - annedoherty@hydrogengroup.com or 0131 523 1397/ 07912 623 132. All applications are strictly confidential.


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Anne Doherty Principal Consultant

"I am a Principal Consultant within the Hydrogen Legal practice, specialising in Transactional Private Practice"

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