Private Practice

Abuse Solicitor

Abuse Solicitor

  • This is a great opportunity to work on a high quality caseload for a variety of clients on multi track child sexual abuse claims.
  • The work will include dealing with claims relating to child sexual exploitation as well as historical and non-historical physical and sexual abuse claims.
  • Type of Clients include Local Authorities, Private Clients, and Charities.
  • Ideally, 0-3 year’s personal injury experience, and experience of EL/PL work.
  • Furthermore, you should be able to run own caseload with some supervision.

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