Clinical Negligence Solicitor - Birmingham
If you're a Solicitor based in Birmingham with experience of defendant clinical negligence proceedings, this is the perfect role for you. We are recruiting on behalf of a client looking to expand their Clinical Law team. This Clinical Negligence Solicitor role comes with a very competitive salary. It is an excellent opportunity to join an ambitious and innovative firm.
As a Clinical Negligence Solicitor, you should have a genuine interest in clinical negligence work and at least 2+ years of PQE. You will be tasked with carrying out research, providing advice, drafting documents and advocacy.
Clinical Negligence Solicitor duties include:
? Managing a caseload of claims on instructions from NHS Resolution and other court proceedings
? Providing legal advice and drafting legal documentation and correspondence
? Compiling and delivering court bundles in line with court requirements
This legal role is an outstanding opportunity for a Solicitor to work across highly challenging and engaging cases working alongside experienced and passionate partners. You will also have the opportunity to work closely with a partner who will supervise your work, and there will be opportunities for client contact and business development. Due to COVID-19, you'll only be expected to visit your new office environment when it's deemed safe to do so. All interviews will be conducted online or on the phone.
What you'll need to progress in this Solicitor role:
? Be a qualified Solicitor/Barrister or Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (with litigation advocacy rights) with at least two years' PQE
? Have a Practicing Legal Certificate
? Have litigation experience and be well-versed in understanding the needs of our client base, preferably gained at an NHS Resolution Panel firm
If you are interested in this Clinical Negligence Solicitor position, please apply online today. All interviews will be conducted online or on the phone.
Search is an equal opportunities recruiter and we welcome applications from all suitably skilled or qualified applicants, regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/beliefs, sexual orientation or age.