Defendant Clinical Negligence Solicitor

4 days left

Recruiter
G2 Legal
Location
Leeds
Salary
Competitive + Benefits
Posted
21 Oct 2019
Closes
18 Nov 2019
Ref
424811-5-RA-43
Contact
Rachael Atherton
Sector/Practice Area
Clinical/Medical Negligence
Vacancy Type
Lawyers, Private Practice
Contract/hours
Permanent
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a defendant clinical negligence solicitor to join this Legal 500 recommended Defendant Clinical Negligence Team in Leeds.
 
Defendant clinical negligence experience is essential to be considered for this role.

In this role, you will be acting on behalf of hospital trusts. You will also be responsible for a diverse range of clinical negligence cases from initial instruction through to settlement. In addition to running your own caseload, you will also assist the partners dealing with exceptionally complex, very high-value claims.
 
You will need to have defendant clinical negligence experience and applications are welcomed from NQ level upwards, ideally up to 4 years' PQE, though candidates outside this will be considered. 

This is a great opportunity to join a successful and growing team offering quality work, a competitive salary and excellent career prospects.

If you are a defendant clinical negligence solicitor looking for a new role with a leading team in Leeds, this is a chance not to be missed.
 
Apply now or call Rachael Atherton. 0113 254 9296.

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