Healthcare Sports Solicitor

£60000 - £80000 per annum
28 May 2024
25 Jun 2024
Craig Heywood
Job Title
Contract Type
Full Time

Defendant Clinical Negligence / Sports Solicitor (2-8years PQE)

If you're looking for true progression, top quality work and a friendly team then this opportunity at this Legal 500 ranked firm is not to be missed. Working for such a highly regarded department, you'll gain exposure to the best quality work, and benefit from opportunities to fast-track your career.

The Role

This is an exciting opportunity for a defendant Healthcare Clinical Negligence Solicitor to join this Legal 500 ranked national law firm's team in London who has one of the best niche clinical negligence teams in the country.

In this role, you will find yourself handling a challenging but fulfilling caseload of defendant clinical negligence work acting for a variety of clients in the private sector.

You will work as part of an experienced team providing a range of high-quality legal services on complex matters. You may also get the chance to get involved with professional idmenity, healthcare inquest and advisory work.


Ideally you will be a qualified Solicitor (2-10PQE) with Clinical Negligence experience (Defendant or Claimant)

If you don't have Clinical Negligence Experience, applications are welcome from those with a background in Catastrophic Personal Injury (Defendant or Claimant) experience.

Salary & Benefits

Salary is very competitive with an industry leading benefits package. NQ's salaries start at £50,000. Maximum salary for the role is 80k.

The firm operate a very flexible working policy and promote hybrid working for all its employees.


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