Law Costs Draftsman

Location
Manchester
Salary
£25000 - £30000 per annum, Benefits: Benefits Package
Posted
09 Feb 2021
Closes
09 Mar 2021
Ref
1033097-1-GT-6
Contact
Gemma Taylor
Practice Area
Financial Services
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
A fantastic and rare opportunity has arisen for an experienced Costs Draftsman to join a well-respected multi-service law firm in Manchester City Centre. You must have relevant experience in drafting bills of costs for a variety of matters, including Personal Injury, Court of Protection and some Commercial work. Experience within court of protection is essential, and you will be working on a variety of costs work including drafting bills of costs, Replies, Points of Dispute, Costs Budgets, Negotiations and Advices for Personal Injury, Clinical Negligence, Court of Protection, Commercial and Solicitor/Client matters.

The firm offer competitive salary bandings, excellent benefits package and a bonus scheme up to 10% annual performance related bonus.

Duties include:
  • To provide an effective, timely and efficient service to the firm’s clients
  • Communicate with clients of the department in a professional and courteous manner
  • To ensure excellent service standards and maintain high client satisfaction
  • To manage your own caseload
  • To keep up to date with all aspects of the law relating to costs law and the Civil Procedure Rules
  • To take on work as allocated to you in a variety Personal Injury, Court of Protection, Commercial and Solicitor/Client matters, including:
  • Bills of Costs
  • Replies and/or Points of Dispute
  • Costs Budgets
  • Negotiations
  • Advices

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