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Job type:
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Category:
Solicitor


PQE:
2 years

Term:
Permanent

Working hours:
Full-time

Department:

Personal Injury Clinical Negligence

Location:
Wimbledon

The firm

Morrisons Solicitors LLP is a long established top 200 law firm with offices in Surrey and South West London. We are ranked in the UK Chambers & Partners Directory.

We have a long history and big ambitions. We combine the depth of knowledge, capabilities and resources of a large firm with the approachability of a local practice. Morrisons is a Lexcel accredited Law Firm and has been awarded a Gold Accreditation for Investors in People.

The practice of law is, at heart, all about people: business people, employers and employees, investors, home owners, private individuals, families, vulnerable adults – people. So, it’s no surprise that we place a very high priority on attracting and recruiting, developing, rewarding and retaining the right people – for our clients and our business.Morrisons is a community of high-calibre professionals – lawyers and support specialists – who are dedicated to delivering expert, commercially focused advice that helps clients to achieve their goals. We choose to do this is in an approachable, down-to-earth, practical way, offering solutions rather than lectures.

As part of our ongoing commitment to training and development we offer a Newly Qualified Development Programme. This applies to all newly qualified solicitors during their first three years of qualification and its purpose is to support and help you reach your full potential.

We encourage all our staff to reflect and commit to the firm’s core values; integrity, insight, and sense of community. Each member of our staff has an important role to play in achieving our goals as a firm, our offices have a community feel to them and we are committed to working together as a team to actively encourage other to excel.

We understand the importance of a healthy work life balance and are open to considering variable working arrangements to support our staff with their commitments outside of work – this includes applications from Job Share partners.

The department

Modern medical treatment is highly specialised and complex, and can deliver outstanding treatment. However, even the best doctors and hospitals make mistakes that can leave patients with serious, even life-changing issues. Our medical negligence practice supports clients throughout the whole of the UK. We provide expert advice based on up-to-date medical knowledge delivered in a down-to-earth, sympathetic manner. Our aim is to minimise the our clients stress in what are already difficult circumstances.

Responsibilities

This is an exciting opportunity for a dedicated, talented, ambitious individual to join a modern, forward-thinking law firm with traditional values of integrity and trust. The Personal Injury/Clinical Negligence department is a small but niche team of Lawyers handling high value and complex claims. You will be working for and supporting an experienced partner and senior solicitor.

The ideal candidate will have 2 years + PQE, will have experience in running portal Personal Injury cases to settlement stage and will have experience in high value complex Personal Injury claims, ideally including experience in catastrophic/brain and/or spinal injury cases. You will also ideally have some experience in clinical negligence claims.

We are looking for a candidate who is commercially minded and meets a healthy financial target, but who will go the extra mile to provide excellent client care. Attention to detail, client care and compliance skills are essential.

Additional information

As part of our ongoing commitment to training and development we offer a Newly Qualified Development Programme. This applies to all newly qualified solicitors during their first three years of qualification and its purpose is to support and help you reach your full potential.

We encourage all our staff to reflect and commit to the firm’s core values; integrity, insight, and sense of community. Each member of our staff has an important role to play in achieving our goals as a firm, our offices have a community feel to them and we are committed to working together as a team to actively encourage other to excel.

Equal opportunities

Morrisons Solicitors LLP are committed to promoting equal opportunities for all candidates irrespective of your age, sex, race, colour, religion, religious belief, national original marital status, sexual orientation, physical disability or mental disability, including persons who have aids or have tested HIV-positive or any other legally protected classification, except as may be permitted by law. The firm is committed to provide an environment in which the rights and dignity of all its employees are respected, and which is free from discrimination, prejudice, intimidation and all forms of harassment including bullying.

If, as a result of a disability, you believe that there are aspects of the recruitment process or job that you would find more difficult, please contact a member of HR Team as soon as possible. We will then be able to discuss with you any reasonable adjustments that could be made to the recruitment process or the job itself. Any equality data provided by you will be used to monitor our diversity policies and practices.
Solicitor


PQE:
2 years

Term:
Permanent

Working hours:
Full-time

Department:

Personal Injury Clinical Negligence

Location:
Wimbledon

The firm

Morrisons Solicitors LLP is a long established top 200 law firm with offices in Surrey and South West London. We are ranked in the UK Chambers & Partners Directory.

We have a long history and big ambitions. We combine the depth of knowledge, capabilities and resources of a large firm with the approachability of a local practice. Morrisons is a Lexcel accredited Law Firm and has been awarded a Gold Accreditation for Investors in People.

The practice of law is, at heart, all about people: business people, employers and employees, investors, home owners, private individuals, families, vulnerable adults – people. So, it’s no surprise that we place a very high priority on attracting and recruiting, developing, rewarding and retaining the right people – for our clients and our business.Morrisons is a community of high-calibre professionals – lawyers and support specialists – who are dedicated to delivering expert, commercially focused advice that helps clients to achieve their goals. We choose to do this is in an approachable, down-to-earth, practical way, offering solutions rather than lectures.

As part of our ongoing commitment to training and development we offer a Newly Qualified Development Programme. This applies to all newly qualified solicitors during their first three years of qualification and its purpose is to support and help you reach your full potential.

We encourage all our staff to reflect and commit to the firm’s core values; integrity, insight, and sense of community. Each member of our staff has an important role to play in achieving our goals as a firm, our offices have a community feel to them and we are committed to working together as a team to actively encourage other to excel.

We understand the importance of a healthy work life balance and are open to considering variable working arrangements to support our staff with their commitments outside of work – this includes applications from Job Share partners.

The department

Modern medical treatment is highly specialised and complex, and can deliver outstanding treatment. However, even the best doctors and hospitals make mistakes that can leave patients with serious, even life-changing issues. Our medical negligence practice supports clients throughout the whole of the UK. We provide expert advice based on up-to-date medical knowledge delivered in a down-to-earth, sympathetic manner. Our aim is to minimise the our clients stress in what are already difficult circumstances.

Responsibilities

This is an exciting opportunity for a dedicated, talented, ambitious individual to join a modern, forward-thinking law firm with traditional values of integrity and trust. The Personal Injury/Clinical Negligence department is a small but niche team of Lawyers handling high value and complex claims. You will be working for and supporting an experienced partner and senior solicitor.

The ideal candidate will have 2 years + PQE, will have experience in running portal Personal Injury cases to settlement stage and will have experience in high value complex Personal Injury claims, ideally including experience in catastrophic/brain and/or spinal injury cases. You will also ideally have some experience in clinical negligence claims.

We are looking for a candidate who is commercially minded and meets a healthy financial target, but who will go the extra mile to provide excellent client care. Attention to detail, client care and compliance skills are essential.

Additional information

As part of our ongoing commitment to training and development we offer a Newly Qualified Development Programme. This applies to all newly qualified solicitors during their first three years of qualification and its purpose is to support and help you reach your full potential.

We encourage all our staff to reflect and commit to the firm’s core values; integrity, insight, and sense of community. Each member of our staff has an important role to play in achieving our goals as a firm, our offices have a community feel to them and we are committed to working together as a team to actively encourage other to excel.

Equal opportunities

Morrisons Solicitors LLP are committed to promoting equal opportunities for all candidates irrespective of your age, sex, race, colour, religion, religious belief, national original marital status, sexual orientation, physical disability or mental disability, including persons who have aids or have tested HIV-positive or any other legally protected classification, except as may be permitted by law. The firm is committed to provide an environment in which the rights and dignity of all its employees are respected, and which is free from discrimination, prejudice, intimidation and all forms of harassment including bullying.

If, as a result of a disability, you believe that there are aspects of the recruitment process or job that you would find more difficult, please contact a member of HR Team as soon as possible. We will then be able to discuss with you any reasonable adjustments that could be made to the recruitment process or the job itself. Any equality data provided by you will be used to monitor our diversity policies and practices.
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