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Litigation Solicitor

Litigation Solicitor

Job description

About Your New Employer:

Our client is a leading firm in the Plaintiff Litigation Services sector and we are recruiting a Litigation Solicitor. Our client strives to protect the interests of those who suffer serious personal injuries.  They have a terrific team structure, a really rewarding client-centric culture, and a very forward-looking approach to our business - they have been paperless since 2008.

Who You Are:

  • Previous personal injury litigation experience with a good knowledge of litigation procedures and practices.
  • Highly motivated and confident with the ability to work proactively on their own and within a team.
  • Excellent communication skills and a friendly manner to enable effective and positive engagement with colleagues, clients etc.
  • Self-starters, reliable, display technical ability, to be timely, accurate in all their work and exhibit an ability to execute instructions and processes.
  • Engage in continuous learning and adhere to excellent operational standards of the firm as independently verified by the institute of Legal Standards & Research.
  • Be commercially focused, client focused and standards of operation and to be self-motivated to ‘skill up’ for the job such that they exhibit sound judgement and provide competent legally based judgement.

Why Work For Us:

  • Really value team work
  • Extremely customer focussed
  • Have industry leading systems, processes and procedures also been paperless since 2008 

Whats Next:

  • Apply now by clicking the “Apply Now" button or call me, Rebecca O'Neill on 01-4744618

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