Private Practice

Casualty Claims Solutions Solicitor

Casualty Claims Solutions Solicitor

  • About the firm: We are a leading international legal business with over 2,400 colleagues and a diverse range of capabilities.
  • About the role: Working within our Newcastle SHE team, you will both assist senior fee earners and run your own defence case load encompassing a range of regulatory issues with supervision and support from partners and associates.
  • Looking for: You will have some experience of regulatory work – ideally, this will include advising on any of the following - health and safety incident investigations, interviews under caution, prosecutions, environmental breaches, breaches of trading standards, food law and/or fire safety.
  • Opportunities: We are known for our market-leading presence in sectors such as Insurance, Health and Real Estate. This is complemented by a fast-growing Business Advisory capability.
  • And more: You should have a willingness to travel at short notice in order to assist clients to manage situations on the ground as they happen.

DAC Beachcroft LLP

DAC Beachcroft LLP is a leading international legal business with offices across Europe, Asia Pacific and Latin America.

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