Up to £35k depending on experience
3 months ago
Are you a qualified Solicitor/ Advocate? Are you looking for a career move and not just a new job?
Would you like to work for a reputable Law firm who firmly invest in their people?
Our client is a well-established, large defendant law firm with a new opportunity for a Solicitor Advocate / Barrister to join their busy motor team.
You will possess the following:
If Solicitor – Higher Rights of Audience
Experience in insurance fraud; general PI; EL/PL and/or professional negligence an advantage
Ability to demonstrate related experience
Enthusiasm to develop advocacy career
To provide advocacy, advisory and drafting services
Training will be provided by more senior members of the team
Based in Liverpool office but may require travel to Manchester offices as required
Undertake advocacy, drafting and advisory work; pleadings, interlocutory hearings, small claims, fast track trials
Sanctions (including private prosecution) and recoveries.
Assisting more senior members of the team in the delivery of the above.
Assist in delivering advocacy and litigation training / updates for fee earners.
Undertake client facing, product development tasks as required.
Assist in the development of the in-house advocacy team
Benefits of working for this firm include:
Generous Holiday entitlements
Employer contributed pension plan
Healthcare cash plan
Private Medical insurance
Critical illness cover
Flexible working opportunities
Enhanced maternity/paternity schemes
Subsidised car parking
Employee Assistance Program
Multiple Retail discounts
Season Ticket loan (helping with cost of travel to work)
Long Service Awards
First class training and development
Clear career pathway/ promotional opportunities
Apply now using the link shown with your up to date CV. Alternatively, contact Kathryn@kingsleyrecruitment.co.uk or call 0151 242 1630 / 07858 388 799
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Many of our previously successful candidates have initially been made aware of their next career opportunity by a close acquaintance