Clinical Negligence Solicitor

£45000 - £55000 per annum
15 Feb 2021
15 Mar 2021
Theresa Lucas
Job Title
PQE Level
Contract Type
Full Time

Associate Clinical Negligence Solicitor, 3+ Years PQE, Nottingham, £45,000 - £55,000 – Are you an ambitious Solicitor seeking a position within a highly regarded practice and expanding clinical negligence team? 

A new role has arisen for a self-motivated, ambitious and experienced Solicitor to join a highly regarded and expanding clinical negligence/medical malpractice litigation team.

• The successful Clinical Negligence Solicitor will have a minimum of 3 years’ PQE
• The role will include primarily defendant work
• The firm currently works closely with the NHS as well as a number of local healthcare providers
• You will be part of a driven team that provides a range of high quality legal services and complex matters
• This is the perfect opportunity for someone who has a genuine interest in the healthcare sector and is excited about the opportunity to develop their career in this area of law
• This roles comes with an exceptional career development opportunities, as well as a great opportunity to join a driven and dynamic market leading firm
• Competitive salary as well as an attractive benefits package

Theresa is committed to retaining clients and candidates for the long term, helping them achieve success and secure their dream role. A consistent achiever, Theresa is passionate about offering the best possible service for both private practice clients and legal support staff. Building a network of contacts, Theresa will endeavour to assist candidates wherever, and whenever possible.

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