Clinical Negligence Solicitor (Hybrid Working)

£40000 - £50000 per annum, Benefits: Excellent Bonus and Benefits
07 Jun 2024
05 Jul 2024
Alex Groom
Job Title
Contract Type
Full Time
Clinical Negligence Solicitor
Harrogate office - Hybrid Working
Salary up to £50k

A top regional firm seeks to recruit an ambitious Clinical Negligence Solicitor for their highly regarded team in Harrogate.

My client is an award-winning law practice with an excellent reputation in the market of dealing with high quality Clinical Negligence / Healthcare claims. Their office in Harrogate is now looking for a passionate Solicitor to join their highly regarded Clinical Negligence / Healthcare team.

Your caseload will be challenging yet highly rewarding, where you will have your own caseload of top tier, high value Clinical Negligence and Healthcare files. You will also be supporting the Partner on complex and technical files, with further support provided from a team of paralegals and legal assistants.

Due to an increasing influx of work, my client wants to expand the department over the next three years and they are looking to recruit someone with the potential to become involved with the management of the department in the near future.

This is an outstanding Clinical Negligence / Healthcare role for an ambitious Solicitor looking to join a great law firm with a top salary, hybrid and agile working and a generous benefits package on offer.

Please contact Alex Groom at CapeClarke to discuss the role in more detail or apply through the vacancy for immediate consideration.

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