Qualified solicitors and legal executives

We provide qualified legal staff with good opportunities to further their careers. A commercial approach to clients’ work and relevant experience is important, together with an ability to adapt to the requirements of our practice.

Qualified lawyers are expected to contribute to internal training programmes as well as seminars for the benefit of clients.

Vacancy in London for a Property Litigation Solicitor

We have a new vacancy in our Property Litigation department for a Solicitor.

We would be happy to consider someone looking to work part time.

This department undertakes landlord and tenant work, including enfranchisement matters, for landlords and for tenants. This role would suit someone who enjoys the challenge of litigation and would like to specialise in landlord and tenant work.

You would need to have had some experience of property litigation, ideally from both the landlord’s and the tenant’s perspective, so that you could undertake matters independently with light-touch supervision. You would need to be willing to research, to show initiative and apply common sense and to offer commercial advice to clients.

You would be expected to be actively involved with marketing activities, such as writing monthly briefings, speaking at client seminars and attending conferences.

The salary will depend on the experience you bring.

Vacancy in London for a Healthcare Solicitor with at least 2 years’ PQE

We have a new vacancy in our Healthcare Providers team for a Solicitor.

This team advises Healthcare clients such as health trusts, mental health trusts, care homes and prisons in the event of issues in relation to their patients. The Head of Department, Andrew Parsons, has a high profile in the industry and the department is rated in both Chambers and Legal 500. This role is particularly focused on defending healthcare institutions at inquests in relation to patient deaths.

We need a solicitor with a minimum of two years PQE and they do have to have experience in conducting their own inquests without counsel. If you have mental health law knowledge that would be useful but the inquests experience is more important.

This role involves spending a significant amount of time at hearings around the country so you would need to be organised, self-sufficient, able to use your initiative and to manage with light touch supervision.

The subject matter of the cases means that the successful candidate needs to be resilient. You would be expected to be actively involved with marketing activities, such as writing monthly briefings, speaking at client seminars and attending conferences.

The salary will depend on the experience you bring.

For more information or to submit an application, please contact:

Erika Ely
Head of HR

E. erika.ely@rlb-law.com