Defendant Clinical Negligence Solicitor

Competitive + Benefits
08 Oct 2021
05 Nov 2021
Rachael Atherton
Job Title
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Full Time
Are you a defendant clinical negligence solicitor looking to join one of the country’s leading law firms in Leeds city centre?

This is an exceptional opportunity for an experienced defendant clinical negligence solicitor to work within a progressive and successful national law firm renowned for its expertise in defending complex clinical negligence claims including cerebral palsy, oncology and paediatrics on behalf of the NHS Resolution, NHS Trusts and MDU.

You will be responsible for handling your own challenging clinical negligence caseload and also make an appropriate contribution to business development, client seminars and writing articles for publication.

My client’s ideal requirement is for a defendant clinical negligence solicitor 3 PQE+ to join at associate level however, applications will be considered from solicitors at 1 PQE level upwards, ideally with a good grounding in clinical negligence or defendant personal injury solicitors with strong academics and excellent litigation skills.

This is a fantastic opportunity for a clinical negligence solicitor where you will reap the rewards of working alongside some of the most respected names in the Leeds market and beyond.

You can expect to receive a highly competitive salary, bonus and benefits package together with genuine opportunity for progression and flexible/home working.

For further information, please contact Rachael Atherton at G2 Legal or apply via the link.

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