Clinical Negligence Lawyer (FTC)
* Fixed Term Contract opportunity - 12 months
* With leading Law Firm in central Bristol
* To work within busy and well regarded Clinical Negligence Team
* Role will involve working on a varied caseload of Clinical Negligence claims, specifically:-
-- Multi-track work
-- Claimant work representing clients who have suffered from a wide range of injuries as a result clinical negligence eg. delayed diagnosis of cancer and other conditions, and substandard medical treatment including surgery
-- Will be conducting matters from initial interview of client to trial, handling costs elements and all aspects of the litigation process
-- Will carry out relevant investigations, obtain relevant documents, prepare witness statements & prepare generally for Conferences and Court hearings
* Start date ASAP (within the next month, ideally)
* This role is offered on a full time basis (35 hours)
* Salary - £39,000 to £46,000, DOE
The Ideal Candidate:-
* Will be a Solicitor/Legal Executive/similarly qualified
* Will have at least 2 years experience handling Clinical Negligence work
* Will be able to operate in a fast paced environment
* Will have excellent prioritisation skills and meticulous attention to detail to enable you to construct clear and effective arguments
* Will be a good team player
* Will be willing to contribute to extra curricular activities such as business development and marketing
* Will have good IT skills
This is a great opportunity to work for an industry leader in the Clinical Negligence field!
Great benefits on offer!
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