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5 months ago
Clayton Legal
Salary: £21000 - £24000 per annum
Location: London City
Job type: Permanent
Job sector: In House
Experience: Any or N/A
Contact: Matthew Walwyn
Sector: Criminal
Category: Law Costs Draftsperson Jobs

A Law firm that specialises in Civil actions, Criminal defence and Immigration based in Central London are looking to recruit a Billing Assistant for their Costs team.

The purpose of the role is to manage a efficient and accurate billing process for the firm - for both civil and criminal work: working closely with senior management to ensure that the firm meets Legal Aid Agency requirements. Your main responsibilities would be:

Billing:

- Asylum/Immigration LH, CLR and upper tribunal files

- Police Station Matters

- Magistrate Court matters

- Civil LH files

- Prison Law Files

- Submitting LH/CLR/Prison Law/Police Station/ Magistrate Court Escape Claims for assessment by the LAA within the time frame.

- Keeping a track of Matter Starts

- Assisting with Payment of invoices

To be successful in the role you will need to have:

- Experience with Legal Aid Billing and the Legal Aid System

- Experience of Legal Aid franchising

- Ability to acquire speedily and thoroughly a knowledge of the Civil legal aid system.

- Commitment to equal opportunities and civil Liberties.

The salary on offer for this position is £21,000 to £24,000.

If you would be interested in the position then please follow the links provided and if require any further information then please contact Matt Walwyn on m.walwyn@clayton-legal.co.uk.

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