Private Practice

Associate – Healthcare Regulatory

Associate – Healthcare Regulatory

  • As leading advisers in the health and social care sector we are regularly instructed in ground breaking and high-profile cases.
  • You will handle a varied workload in accordance with client protocols and with an appropriate level of supervision. Act as a point of contact for clients, demonstrating a level of knowledge and skill commensurate with experience.
  • In addition to maintain an awareness of the firm's strategies and plans Maintain an awareness of the firm's strategies and plans you will build an awareness of the Firm's other services, forging effective internal and external networks.
  • You will be a highly motivated individual to fit into a responsive team providing excellence in service to our health and social care clients.
  • You will be an individual able to demonstrate commitment and flexibility of working, to help satisfy high levels of urgent advice and responsiveness.

DAC Beachcroft LLP

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