Professional Indemnity Paralegal

Hays Legal
England, Bristol
04 Apr 2018
02 May 2018
Craig Davey
Full time
Contract type

Professional Indemnity Paralegal Claims Handler Law Graduate Job Bristol

Your new company
Our client is a leading international full service law firm which features in the Top 50 law firms. They are one of the largest legal employers in the Bristol area and boast an excellent working environment and culture.

Your new role
You will be a Claims Handler supporting solicitors in the professional indemnity team. You will be managing a caseload of professional indemnity matters with supervision from experienced members of the team. The role will be varied and will include research, reviews, drafting, negotiation and reviews.

What you'll need to succeed
You will be a law graduate with a genuine interest in professional indemnity / litigation matters or an already experienced fee earner. Experience of working in a target driven commercial environment will be an advantage as would experience in the Professional Indemnity field. You will possess excellent commercial awareness and an interest in broader business issues and have excellent communication skills both written and verbal. You will be able to deal with clients professionally on a range of issues.

What you'll get in return
You will be working in a leading, specialist team that will be able to offer you the support and guidance to develop your career. You will work from the heart of Bristol in very modern offices and receive a competitive remuneration package.

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