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18 days ago
Douglas Scott Legal Recruitment
Salary: £25000 - £35000 per annum + Good Package
Location: London
Job type: Permanent
Job sector: Private Practice
Experience: Any or N/A
Contact: Francesca Turner
Sector: Personal Injury
Category: Legal Executive Jobs

Personal Injury Litigator - Fee Earner/ Legal Executive/ Solicitor - North London

Exceptional North London firm is looking for an ambitious RTA Fee Earner with experience of managing a personal injury case-load in a law firm. The ideal candidate will have experience of running fast-track cases with the ability to deliver first class service for both existing and new clients. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 2 years fee earning experience.

The role involves managing an RTA case-load varying from post issue stage as well as matters from end to end. This is an ideal role for an individual looking for the opportunity for progression within a growing firm. The Personal Injury fee earner will manage pre and post litigated cases, maintaining high levels of client care at all times. It is essential that the candidate can display a good understanding of the recent reforms within the sector.

Apply now for immediate consideration!

Please contact Francesca Turner, Recruitment Consultant, to discuss the role in more detail or apply through the vacancy for immediate consideration.

Douglas Scott are a legal recruitment expert and the UK's leading law firms trust us with their legal vacancies. We are a regulated recruitment consultancy and will discuss this role and seek your approval before submitting an application directly to the decision maker.

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