Inquests / Court of Protection Solicitor

Location
Manchester, Birmingham or London
Salary
Excellent
Posted
28 Apr 2021
Closes
26 May 2021
Ref
CH176
Job Title
Solicitor
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Assured Healthcare Inquests / Court of Protection Solicitor sought by commercial law firm in Manchester, Birmingham or London for new role within their highly-rated National team.

THE FIRM:

Highly-regarded full service commercial law firm

Great regional and national reputation for delivering high quality commercial legal advice

Role to be based in central Manchester, Birmingham or London

THE ROLE:

The team do a range of work for clients from SME to household name companies

The work is varied: providing healthcare providers and professionals with a broad range of expert advice - from Deprivation of Liberty and welfare disputes to complex medical treatment cases involving children and/or mental health matters.

They have well-established team and are now looking to bring in another experienced Solicitor to the team - ideally to focus on advocacy and inquest work

THE CANDIDATE:

Ideally they are looking for someone with at least 3PQE+ in Inquests/Court of Protection work, however they welcome applications from other proven healthcare solicitors who are interested in moving into and focussing within this specific area.

There is a great opportunity here for further career progression. Excellent salary and package on offer.

WHAT NEXT:

If you believe you have the skills and technical ability for this role then please don’t hesitate to contact Craig Heywood for a confidential discussion.

 

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