Job: Law Costs Draftsperson – Top 50 Firm – Liverpool City Centre – Hybrid Working

10th September 2023
Liverpool, United Kingdom
Job Type
Type of Lawyer
  • Law Costs Draftsman
£30000 - £45000 per annum
Work Hours
Reference No:
Start Date
Area of Law
  • Clinical Negligence
Contact Email
Paulina Anna
Contact Phone
North West


A fantastic role has come up for a Law Costs Draftsperson to join a Top 50 Firm in Liverpool City Centre. The Firm offers the following:
Hybrid Working
Great Salary up to £45,000
Career Progression
This firm undertakes good quality work and is an excellent place to progress your career, due to the investment and clear personal development plans in place. There is excellent support available, professional, personal and secretarial, so that you are able to develop yourself and progress cases smoothy.
The firm is still in its period of expansion, so this is a great time to join and be part of the firm’s success. The atmosphere is great at the firm and everyone’s friendly and collaborative approach makes it a place where people like to stay.
You will manage your own caseload of EL/PL/RTA/Serious Injury matters, which will include clinical and professional negligence as well as abuse cases. You will be working in a team of costs experts, and undertaking duties such as: drafting points of dispute, negotiating settlement, advising lawyers on costs points, preparing costs strategy reports, provide comprehensive advice to clients, commence early telephone negotiations with other side and liaise, as required, with Insurers throughout the life of the file. You will have great negotiating and organisational skills and be a team player.
Applications from Claimant as well as Defendant backgrounds are welcome.
If this role looks like it could be a great next step up your career and you'd be interested in finding out more, then apply below or get in touch with Paulina Anna at QED Legal for a confidential chat.

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