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Professional Indemnity Solicitor (Re train)

Employer
Douglas Scott Legal Recruitment Limited
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
20 Jun 2021

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Sector
Legal
Contract Type
Permanent
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Job Details

Professional Indemnity Solicitor (Re train)
A Defendant Personal Injury Solicitor is wanted for an excellent re train opportunity with a Top 100, Chambers rated law firm based in Liverpool. Salary is negotiable dependant on experience.
My client is an international, award winning Insurance practice with an enviable reputation in the market. Due to continued growth and expansion they are looking to recruit a Solicitor/Legal Executive to join their market leading Professional Indemnity/Risks team where you will defend high value and complex claims.
The award winning team undertakes a broad range of high profile, contentious work and includes claims against a wide variety of professional service providers together with insurance and reinsurance disputes. This role will focus largely on claims and related insurance issues concerning commercial organisations such as building contractors, engineers, architects, surveyors, investment managers, insurers, fund managers and financial advisers.
The successful candidate will be a qualified Solicitor/Legal Executive, ideally with some Professional Indemnity/Negligence experience, however we are also happy to consider Defendant Personal Injury Solicitors looking to re train.
The firm offer a friendly and interactive working environment and there is also an excellent benefits package available.
This is a fantastic opportunity for a Solicitor/Legal Executive looking to join a top tier Professional Indemnity/Risks team with excellent opportunities for progression and development on offer.
Apply now for immediate consideration.
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