A well-regarded Top 100 law firm in Manchester city centre is seeking a clinical negligence solicitor (NQ-3 years' PQE) to join their leading department.
Their Clinical Negligence Department is highly respected and as such attracts an excellent level of top tier work. They are highly ranked in the Legal 500 and have a team of over 20 fee earners. Several clinical negligence partners in the team are Chambers-ranked and recognised as leaders within the field.
Your role as the clinical negligence solicitor will be to manage a caseload of complex claimant clinical negligence files (including brain injury, birth defect, cerebral palsy, spinal injury and delayed diagnosis leading to serious injury matters).
You must be a qualified clinical negligence solicitor with strong academics and a track record in managing your own clinical negligence caseload (likely gained in a similar Legal 500 ranked clinical negligence department). In addition, you will be used to providing the highest possible level of client service.
Strong technical abilities are an absolute must as is excellent communication skills.
The Manchester-based firm as a whole is expanding in lots of areas and are being widely recognised as an employer of choice and won several awards for the high level of services they offer, this really is an exciting time to join.
There will be lots of opportunities for you to progress your career and salary is very much negotiable and will include market-leading benefits (27 days holiday, death in service, pension, private healthcare and much more).
At G2 Legal we have a wide range of positions open at legal firms around the UK. Visit our website to view them or contact Jamie Chinnock on 0161 207 2000 to find out more.
For more information about this role and to apply, please contact Jamie Chinnock at G2 Legal on 0161 207 2000 or forward an up to date copy of your CV.
PQE, years of experience and salary levels are shown purely as a guide. We will consider applications from candidates that can demonstrate the skills or experience required for this role.