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Clinical Negligence, Senior Costs Draftsman

Clinical Negligence, Senior Costs Draftsman

  • About the firm: Our main areas of practice are dispute resolution, corporate and commercial, real estate, private client and family, provided through our Business Services, Real Estate and Private Individuals Divisions.
  • About the role: We are looking to appoint a Senior Costs Draftsman to manage the contentious costs work produced by the Clinical Negligence Team, with possible future involvement in the expansion of the costs team.
  • Looking for: The appointed Costs Lawyer will have significant experience of all aspects of both inter parties costs and solicitor/client costs work in the field of clinical negligence, with experience of different forms of funding including Conditional Fee Agreements with After the Event Insurance; Legal Aid and Before the Event Insurance.
  • Opportunities: As a member of Multilaw and the European Law Group, we have close links with law firms throughout the world.
  • And more: The Senior Costs Draftsman will be responsible for the coordination and progression of costs work for the team, to include all bill drafting for the team.

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