Private Practice

Casualty and Regulatory Associate

Casualty and Regulatory Associate

  • About the team: Our team provides services to insurers, public authorities and emergency services, advising on employers, public and motor liability claims, plus a range of regulatory issues, primarily in relation to potential criminal proceedings under health and safety or road traffic legislation.
  • About the role: You will work with all members of the team and will be exposed to a variety of work, but predominantly acting on behalf of a range of insurance companies and self-insured commercial organisations.
  • Looking for: We require you to have technical excellence in this area of the law.
  • Opportunities: This is an excellent opportunity for those looking to develop their career within a focused but friendly team working for a rapidly expanding firm with an excellent reputation.
  • And more: You should be confident in handling your own full and varied caseload, assisting more senior members with complex claims as well as appearing regularly in the Sheriff Court.

Clyde & Co LLP

Clyde & Co is a leading, sector-focused global law firm with 415 partners, 2200 legal professionals and 3800 staff in 50+ offices and associated offices on six continents.

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