Professional Indemnity Solicitor (Construction)

Location
England, Bristol
Salary
£56000 - £75000 per annum
Posted
18 Mar 2024
Closes
15 Apr 2024
Ref
AJJ921953087
Contact
Abbie Jackson
Job Title
Associate
Practice Area
Professional Indemnity
PQE Level
2-4, NQ
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Professional Indemnity Solicitor (Construction)
NQ - 4
Bristol
TOP TIER TEAM
TOP 50 UK LAW FIRM

Are you a solicitor NQ - 4 PQE with professional indemnity experience? Perhaps you have dealt with some professional indemnity matters as part of a seat and enjoyed them, or perhaps you are specialising in these types of matters already but would like to take a step up in terms of quality of work? I would highly encourage you to consider this opportunity.

This firm is an impressive International Law Firm with a strong presence in London and Bristol however this role would be based in the central Bristol office. The Professional Indemnity team is widely known for its outstanding expertise in this sector and has been ranked as top tier within the legal 500 in light of this. The team specialise in advising professionals in legal, financial services and construction sectors as well as insurance brokers. This role would sit specifically within the Construction team.

The quality of matters here is second to none, the firm are on almost every panel for large insurers and so there is guaranteed high value, interesting cases.

As well as the quality of work, this firm has an excellent career progression framework, support systems in place to ensure your professional development does not get forgotten. I have placed solicitors in this firm previously who have gone from feeling undervalued and overlooked to feeling supported, empowered and as a result have thrived and progressed quickly to senior positions.

This firm offers hybrid working and a competitive benefits package. The ideal solicitor will be NQ- 4 years PQE with either impressive litigation skills or prior experience in Professional Indemnity (this can be experience gained during a training contract).

 

*Where a level of experience is indicated, this is a guideline only and represents the amount of time we would usually expect a candidate to accumulate the requisite level of experience. This does not preclude applications from candidates with more or less experience.