Private Practice
  • Introduction: We are looking to appoint a Senior Costs Draftsman to manage the contentious costs work produced by the PI, Clinical Negligence and Travel teams, with possible future involvement in the expansion of the costs team.
  • About the role: The Senior Costs Draftsman will be responsible for the coordination and progression of costs work for the PI, Clinical Negligence and Travel teams, to include all bill drafting for the 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 clinical negligence and personal injury work.
  • Opportunities: For the right candidate, we are offering the opportunity to be involved in high-profile, excellent client work and to develop long-term relationships with clients.
  • And more: The role will also include supervising and training any junior members of the costs team (and in due course potentially recruiting additional team members).

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