Clinical Negligence Solicitor

Posted 7 March by Robert Walters Easy Apply

My client, a leading full-service commercial law firm, is looking for a Clinical Negligence Solicitor to join their growing Litigation team based in Bristol. This role is rewarded with a competitive salary depending on the candidate's experience, and presents an excellent opportunity for a Clinical Negligence Solicitor seeking a varied and challenging role, as well as real progression opportunities.

About the role

Recognised by Legal 500, the busy Litigation team works on complex Clinical Negligence disputes, often involving catastrophic injury, brain injury and birth injury. The team provide nationwide coverage and manage a plethora of clients including the public sector, private medical companies and insurers.

The Clinical Negligence Solicitor will be handling a varied and challenging caseload of high value defendant clinical negligence matters. Day to day duties will include case management, drafting pleadings and responses, managing witnesses and liaising with clients and opposing Lawyers.

About the person

The Clinical Negligence Solicitor should be 2-6 years' PQE and have considerable experience of handling complex clinical negligence cases. The ability to stay calm under pressure, work to tight deadlines and handling a complex, challenging caseload. As they will act as a constant point of contact for major clients, the Clinical Negligence Solicitor should be an excellent communicator and commercially focussed.

In return, my client is offering a competitive salary, great training and progression opportunities, as well as the opportunity to work alongside Lawyers who are regarded as experts in their field.

To learn more regarding this opportunity, please contact Leighann Ellis at Robert Walters on or .

Required skills

  • paralegal
  • clinical negligence
  • medical negligence

Reference: 34633115

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