Healthcare Regulatory Solicitor / Associate / Senior Associate

6 days left

Location
Birmingham
Salary
£50000 - £90000 per annum, Benefits: Bonus & Benefits
Posted
01 Jun 2024
Closes
29 Jun 2024
Ref
SH-239
Contact
Stephen Hunt
Job Title
Solicitor
Practice Area
Healthcare, Regulatory
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

 

Healthcare Regulatory Solicitor/ Associate/ Senior Associate Location: Birmingham
Salary: £50,000 - £90,000

Health Regulatory Solicitor (Advisory and Inquests) sought by a top commercial law firm in Leeds. Flexible and hybrid working on offer as well as excellent remuneration package.

THE FIRM:
- Highly-regarded full service commercial law firm
- Great regional and national reputation for delivering high quality legal advice
- Role to be based in Central Birmingham (hybrid working)

THE ROLE:
- The team do a range of work for clients from SME to household name companies
- The work is varied: providing a broad range of expert advice to healthcare professionals facing NHS, professional discipline (regulatory) and criminal investigations, responding to patient complaints, involved in inquests or defending clinical negligence claims.
- They have well-established team and are now looking to bring in another experienced Solicitor / Associate / Senior Associate to the team.

THE CANDIDATE:
- Ideally they are looking for someone with at least 2+ PQE in Healthcare Regulatory (Advisory and Inquests), however they welcome applications from all PQE levels with proven litigation experience who are interested in moving into and focussing within this interesting and varied area of law.
 

 

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