Professional Indemnity Solicitor - Tier 1 Firm

3 days left

Location
London
Salary
£75000 - £130000 per annum
Posted
28 May 2024
Closes
25 Jun 2024
Ref
CH-111
Contact
Craig Heywood
Job Title
Solicitor
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

 

 

PROFESSIONAL INDEMNITY SOLICITOR - 2-8 Years PQE - 75k - 130kTHE OPPORTUNITY

We are working with a leading international insurance law firm who are looking to add 2x Professional Indemnity Solicitors to join their office in London. Our client is a global top tier practice and is wanting a talented lawyer to undertake professional negligence defence work. As a brief background our client acts on professional indemnity matters predominantly to solicitors, IFAs and construction clients in the UK. Working as part of this high-profile team you will work and assist with complex insurance litigation in all areas of financial lines and professional lines. Here you will work on a range of professional indemnity, D&O, FI, and coverage matters.

THE CANDIDATE

2 to 8 years' UK Qualified Solicitor or CILEX qualified with the relevant experience in defending claims against professionals and construction clients. You will have experience handling insurance disputes relating to financial institutions, policy coverage matters and Directors' and Officers' liability. You will have the opportunity to join a modern law firm, and who will have the ability to make a name for themselves quickly. You will also work as part of the business which encourages homeworking as a flexible employer.

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