Defendant Clinical Negligence Associate Solicitor

£35000 - £45000 per annum, Benefits: Benefits Package
26 Apr 2021
24 May 2021
Izzie Gilbert
Job Title
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7
Contract Type
Full Time
A renowned/Legal 500 ranked team in Manchester is seeking a Clinical Negligence Solicitor with experience in a defendant healthcare team as part of continued expansion.

You'll be joining the healthcare team of a national, top tier, legal 500 law firm at Associate level and be responsible for providing legal advice and services to the NHS and other healthcare organisations. You will be working alongside specialist healthcare lawyers for NHS Resolution and NHS Trusts, amongst other clients.

You will ideally be an experienced Defendant Clinical Negligence Solicitor/Associate and be used to handling your own diverse caseload of clinical negligence matters, from instruction to completion. You will be a qualified Solicitor, NQ-3yrs PQE and have a strong background in Clinical Negligence claims handling. If you come from a predominantly claimant clinical negligence background you are actively encouraged to apply as you will be given equal consideration to those from a defendant background.

Defendant clinical negligence experience at a NHS Resolution Panel firm or MPS experience would be a distinct advantage.

You will be offered a generous salary/benefits package including 25 days holiday, private health insurance, life assurance, and a generous pension scheme.

Apply now to avoid missing out on this Defendant Clinical Negligence Associate Solicitor opportunity based in Manchester.

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