Credit Hire Fee Earner

4 days left

Wales, Cardiff
£18000 - £20000 per annum + Good Package
29 Aug 2017
26 Sep 2017
Jack Smith
Practice area
Personal injury
Full time
Contract type

A nationwide Law firm is seeking a Litigation Fee Earner specialising in Credit Hire to join their Cardiff office.

My client is a result driven, thriving top 500 firm with offices across the UK. They successfully operate in several practice areas, however are renowned for being at the forefront of the personal injury field and are currently undergoing a period of expansion nationwide.

The role itself will involve handling a caseload of litigated credit hire cases.

This is an excellent opportunity for an existing fee earner who has experience handling litigated Credit Hire cases, or an existing fee earner or litigator who wishes to build on their experience in personal injury litigation whilst joining a large and reputable firm. The ideal candidate will be enthusiastic and keen to build on their litigation experience within the personal injury practice area.

This is a fantastic opportunity for a Credit Hire fee earner with litigation experience tojoin a nationwide firm at the forefront of personal injury in Cardiff, with a competitive salary and an established pathway for career progression.

Please contact Jack Smith, Legal Recruitment Consultant, to discuss the role in more detail or apply through the vacancy for immediate consideration.

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