Catastrophic Injury Solicitor
My client is a national firm who are looking to recruit a Catastrophic Injury Solicitor for their growing team in West Yorkshire. The successful candidate will be managing a small team of Paralegals, Trainee & Newly Qualified Solicitors, as well as managing a small caseload of very high value cases.
Candidates are expected to be a qualified solicitor (or CILEx) with a minimum of 8 years PQE, with proven experience managing a very high value caseload of catastrophic injury cases.
The firm offers all support, training and development opportunities for a career driven individual - as well as industry leading salary, benefits and bonus. There is also some home working available.
Please contact Alex Groom, Legal Recruitment Consultant, to discuss the role in more detail or apply through the vacancy for immediate consideration.
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Senior Recruitment Consultant
0113 467 7571
Alex joined Douglas Scott in 2018 as a Recruitment Consultant, working on our Yorkshire desk across all practice areas and legal markets. He now works for our National Insurance team specialising in permanent Personal Injury positions across the Yorkshire region. Alex has been in the recruitment industry for 4 years, kicking off his career at a well-known national recruitment agency. Prior to joining Douglas Scott he spent 3 years working for a specialist boutique Leisure and Hospitality recruiter. Alex attended Altrincham Grammar School for Boys and studied Geology at The University of Manchester.
"Alex Groom was exceptional. He took the time to get to know me and my legal background and aspirations, and he applied that knowledge to the market."