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Job reference CN 49 SB3

Job title:Medical Negligence Solicitor (Defendant) (4-9 PQE)
Job consultant:Stephen Benwell
Job type:Permanent
Job location:London, England

Job description

A highly regarded City law firm with a strong focus on their Clinical Negligence practice are looking to further grow their expanding practice with the hire of a solicitor at the mid to senior level.

The department are highly-regarded for their vast expertise on a variety of high value Medical Negligence issues. With the team focusing on the defendant side, assisting medical practitioners and the NHSLA with claims of birth injuries, misdiagnosis, negligent surgeries and delays in diagnosis.

This opportunity represents the perfect time for an ambitious medical negligence solicitor to join this highly regarded Healthcare practice in London. The new joiner will be working closely with Partners that are considered to be leaders within this area. The successful candidate will be heavily involved in a wide variety of Medical Negligence matters and are expected to broaden their experience and practice at this firm.

The successful candidate will possess a good academic record and would have gained a minimum of 4 years' experience within a leading City or regional Clinical Negligence team. The successful applicant will have experience in all clinical negligence matters on the defendant side.

Cogence Search are a market-leading legal recruitment firm based in the City. Our recruitment team aid lateral Partner and associate movement within national, U.S. and Global Firms. We are working as a legal recruitment agency in relation to this position. For more legal based positions please visit our website or contact one of our legal recruitment team.

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