Private Practice

Casualty Disease Solicitor

Casualty Disease Solicitor

  • About the firm: We represent a wide range of clients, ranging from household names to government departments and NHS bodies.
  • About the role: A solicitor working within the Casualty Disease team, your case load will be primarily assisting on international claims and multi track El and Pl claims.
  • Looking for: Experience of international claims would be an advantage, but is not a pre requisite.
  • 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: We are the asset management lawyers for the UK’s largest shopping centres and act for 9 of the UK’s top 10 housebuilders.

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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