Clinical Negligence Solicitor

Douglas Scott Legal Recruitment
05 May 2017
04 Jun 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

[ Craig Heywood 21/03/2017 10:04:16 ]

A Clinical Negligence Solicitor is needed for a Claimant law firm with a fantastic salary on offer.

Leading law firm with an incredible reputation for providing top tier legal services seeks to recruit a Clinical Negligence Solicitor. Its modern based office based in Merseyside / Liverpool has easy transport links and parking on site. Due to major expansion plans, a permanent Medical Negligence / Clinical Negligence Solicitor is needed for its award winning department.

In your new role you'll handle a small claimant caseload of complex clinical negligence files whilst supervising junior members of the team. You will be heavily involved in business development so good client knowledge would be essential.

To progress to interview stage your previous experience as a successful Medical Negligence / Clinical Negligence Solicitor would be a pre-requsite. You will have a strong track record within the market and must be technically strong. Exceptional academics would also be advantageous. Our client is considering candidates from both claimant and defendant backgrounds.

In return you'll recieve a fantastic salary of up to 40k plus a very generous bonus package. You'll receive training and support from partners within the company. You'll enjoy an exciting and creative environment with modern tools and technology to get your job done and a team of ambitious, well established fee earners supporting you.

This is a rare opportunity to join an ambitious and forward thinking law firm at an exciting time. Apply now for immediate consideration.

Please contact Josh Minzie, Legal Recruitment Consultant, to discuss the role in more detail or apply through the vacancy for immediate consideration.

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