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    Personal Injury Legal Assistant

  • Job type: Permanent
  • Sector: Personal Injury (RTA/ EL/ PL/ OL/ CICA)
  • Location: St. Albans, Hertfordshire
  • Salary: Negotiable
  • Date posted: 29/08/2019
  • Job reference: 40800_1567076122

Our client, a modern and dynamic law firm based in St Albans require a Personal Injury Legal Assistant to join their team.

The ideal Personal Injury Paralegal will have experience of dealing with Road Traffic Accidents. Experience of dealing with CNF1's on the MOJ claims portal, somebody who can draft court papers and documents/witness statements and experience in time recording matter related time.

The salary on offer is negotiable for the successful Personal Injury legal assistant, depending on experience.

If you are interested in applying or hearing more about the Personal Injury Paralegal role, please send a copy of your CV to Ellie - or alternatively, call on 020 3714 9446 for an informal discussion.

At Clayton Legal we passionately believe your talent matters, so we specialise in recruiting the best legal talent and connecting this to the right opportunities. Clayton Legal is recognised as the talent partner of choice with clients ranging from small legal practices to international and global law firms. Whether you're looking for total recruitment outsourcing or a single appointment, or an overview of the recruitment market our award recognised service can confidently meet your talent needs.

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