Data Breach Litigation Executive

£22000 - £32000 per annum, Benefits: Benefits Package
16 Feb 2021
16 Mar 2021
Izzie Gilbert
Job Title
Legal Executive
Contract Type
Full Time
This modern and fast-growing law firm in central Liverpool has a unique and challenging opportunity for an experienced and confident Litigation Executive (Paralegal or Fee Earner) with strong litigation experience to re-train into dealing with Data Breach claims. 

The team has grown rapidly in size over the last 18 months, and with new client wins and ongoing development plans firm wide, it really is an exciting time to be part of this Civil Litigation team! 

You'll be working alongside experienced fee earners (both qualified and non-qualified) and your new role will see you manage your caseload of litigated and some complex Data Breach claims. You will be responsible for each claim from first instruction through to completion and, following your training, you'll be expected to work autonomously. 

The team has a wealth of experience dealing with a wide range of Civil Litigation matters and there will be senior team members on hand to fully support and guide you throughout to ensure that each claim is handled to the highest standard. 

On offer is a competitive salary, which will be in line with your litigation experience. Full training will be provided, however you must have previous litigation experience and experience issuing claims. 

If you're an experienced Litigation Executive (Paralegal or Fee Earner) looking for a new challenge and to re-train into dealing with Data Breach claims, please apply today or contact Izzie Gilbert.

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