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RKRS Legal
Salary: £28000 - £30000 per annum
Location: Preston
Job type: Permanent
Job sector: Private Practice
Experience: Any or N/A
Contact: Andy Shah
Sector: Personal Injury
Category: Solicitor Jobs
REF: AS982

I am currently recruiting for a dedicated family run law firm based in Preston, who pride themselves on their absolute and unwavering dedication to their clients. They contain a team who are qualified with vast experience and knowledge of the legal sector, this firm is looking for someone to join their team on a permanent full time basis.

The successful Personal Injury Solicitor will need at least 3-4 years PQE and previous experience working in the legal sector. Experience managing a large caseload is also ideal. The candidate should also have previous experience with the MOJ portal as well as experience in dealing with all aspects of fast track cases from pre-litigation to post litigation including preparing for trial. This is a belting opportunity for somebody who is looking to progress their career as a Personal Injury Solicitor.

Required Skills & Experience:

• 3-4 Years PQE
• Previous experience working in the legal sector
• Experience using the MOJ Portal
• Experience managing own caseload

Vacancy Information:

• Location: Preston
• Salary range (DOE): £28,000 - £30,000
• Job type: Permanent
• Working Hours: Monday – Friday (full-time)
• Date: 23/10/2017
• Reference: AS982

To register your interest for this Vacancy, please select the Apply button below. Your C.V. is kept in the strictest of confidence and no details are divulged to any external parties. Should you require a discreet conversation, feel free to call Andy Shah (North West) who is able to provide further information and benefits on this Vacancy.

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