Claimant Clinical Negligence

Location
City of London
Salary
£50,000 - £60,000
Posted
13 Sep 2017
Closes
13 Oct 2017
Ref
14000
Vacancy Type
Lawyers, Private Practice
Contract/hours
Permanent

Claimant Clinical Negligence

Leading and renowned Claimant Clinical Negligence practice in central London are looking to add to their award winning team. Working with a number of the best Panel Members in the sector the role will be primarily assisting on claims relating to an extremely high profile drug action.

Because of the nature of the claims and the complexity of the medical issues involved, this role would ideally suit a lawyer at around the 3 year + pqe level and with exposure to complicated and high value claims. 

This is a career changing opportunity and to find out more please contact Keith Miles on 0203 815 6805(Direct Line) or keith.miles@relawrecruitment.com for a discrete and completely confidential discussion about this role or the market in general.

About RedLaw

We are not run of the mill recruitment consultants.  Our trusted advisor status extends to the key decision makers at a complete cross-section of the legal market.  We work in close partnership with Magic and Silver Circle, Top City, US, international, West End and niche firms in London.  We also assist lawyers and firm private practices elsewhere in the UK and overseas with their career and staffing objectives.

We are proud to have exclusive supplier relationships, and preferred supplier status, with a number of firms that value our ability to identify the best talent for their business.  We are pleased to be able to advise lawyers on career moves to firms that are not advertising their openings via other channels.

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