BARRISTERS’ CLERK, CIVIL (LIVERPOOL)
Salary: £19,000 – £28,000 depending on skills and experience (we can pay more for a strong candidate with significant clerking experience and knowledge of the local market)
Hours: 8:30am – 6pm (1 hour lunch), Monday to Friday (Flexibility can be considered)
Holidays: pro-rata of 25 per year plus Bank Holidays rising with length of service
Benefits: contributory pension scheme, private healthcare and cash plan, life cover
We are looking for an experienced barristers’ clerk to join our Liverpool-based Clerking Team. As one of the largest Chambers in the UK, we have c. 40 clerking posts across four sites, with strong career development prospects.
Providing diary clerking support to the Civil practice team, you will ideally be an experienced and confident barristers’ clerk with experience of: managing bookings for cases and conferences, practice team diary management, negotiating fees within defined systems and procedures, and ensuring that briefs and instructions are received and provided to barristers in good time. We use MLC and Dropbox, so experience with these systems would be a distinct advantage, however full training will be given.
Our ideal candidate will have working knowledge of Civil practice (e.g. Personal Injury, Clinical Negligence, Commercial and/or Employment Law) in particular, but we welcome applicants from clerks of all practice areas.
Strong interpersonal skills for establishing and maintaining strong relationships with our barristers and their instructing and prospective clients are essential, as are excellent team working, administrative, organisation and IT skills and the ability to deliver a high quality of service.
In return we offer a friendly team environment in our offices in Liverpool City Centre, a competitive salary and benefits package and excellent opportunities for career development through our job family.
If you would like to join our friendly, professional and knowledgeable staffing team, please write with completed application and equal opportunities forms by post or email to firstname.lastname@example.org by 31st January 2020. Feel free to contact Chris Shaw for an informal discussion about the role on 0161 214 1500.
We positively encourage applications from all sections of the community and operate an equal opportunities approach.
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