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    Costs Assistant / Junior Costs Draftsman

  • Job type: Permanent
  • Sector: Law Costs
  • Location: London
  • Salary: £24000 - £30000 per annum
  • Date posted: 23/11/2017
  • Job reference: CMS030439'2002_1511456117

Are you a Costs Assistant or a Junior Law Costs Draftsman? A firm based in central London are looking for a Costs Assistant or Junior Law Costs Draftsman to join their team.


You will have previous experience in a cost related position and the salary on offer is £24,000 - £30,000.

Your main responsibilities will be:
¿Preparing breakdowns for negotiation
¿ Preparing estimates in support of Allocation and Pre Trial questionnaires
¿ Preparing N260 forms ( Statement of Costs)
¿ Assisting in cost budgeting process
¿ Auditing phase based time recording on matters subject to budgeting process
¿ Preparing documents in support of Notice of Commencement for service
¿ Preparing papers to accompany N258 form ( Request for Detailed Assessment)
¿ Preparing itemised bundles to support costs claim at Detailed Assessment
¿ Archiving files when required
¿ Liaising with external Cost Lawyers when necessary
¿ Assisting Costs Lawyer with day to day activities and tasks as required
¿ Maintaining spreadsheets capturing relevant data
¿ Team working with other Cost Lawyers, Cost Draftsmen and Litigation Fee-Earners
¿ Undertaking any other reasonable duties as requested

If you wish to apply for the role, please follow the link provided.

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