Rare opportunity for an experienced personal injury and/or civil litigation fee-earner to join a well-established and highly-regarded practice in the West Midlands.
My client enjoys an excellent reputation not only for the quality of its offering but also for the friendly and family-oriented culture within the firm, which offers an excellent work/life balance – no late nights/weekend working here!!
The firm is seeking to expand its civil litigation offering through the hire of an experienced fee-earner to work alongside recognised specialists within this field, advising on a range of PI matters including both fast-track and multi-track claims involving EL/PL and OL as well as RTA. There is also scope to handle some more ‘general’ civil litigation work including boundary disputes, breach of contract, landlord & tenant and probate litigation, so the work is both challenging and varied.
The firm is willing to consider applications from solicitors, legal executives and non-qualified/’qualified by experience’ legal professionals who can offer a level of experience commensurate with circa 2-3yrs PQE or similar, and who can both handle their own matters as well as assisting on larger claims. Remuneration is competitive and is in line with both proven ability and level of qualification.
To discuss this position in more detail call Greg Reid at Price Richardson or forward your CV in absolute confidence, either directly via the Price Richardson website or using the ‘apply’ link.
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