BLM – Regulatory Associate or Barrister

We are currently looking to attract an associate or barrister to join our Healthcare Regulatory team in our Manchester  office.

Our Healthcare department cover claims, healthcare disputes and healthcare professionals facing disciplinary proceedings. The breadth of experience within the department has supported and assisted a diverse range of clients including individuals, medical negligence indemnifiers, royal colleges, alternative medical practitioners, major private hospitals, and their insurers. The role itself will involve handling a varied caseload focusing on professional disciplinary proceedings and regulatory matters. The role will also include supervision of team members.

We are keen to secure an associate or barrister who has previous exposure to advocacy and professional disciplinary work and solid experience of inquests with a solid understanding of the healthcare regulatory market. Experience of criminal matters would an advantage. 

We offer a nurturing and collaborative environment and agile hybrid ways of working in our brand new offices in Manchester. Our company benefits include 25 days holiday allowance plus the option to purchase more, an additional day off for your birthday, pension scheme, health cash plan, life assurance and income protection. We also offer a number of discounts to use for gym membership, car leasing, mobile phones contracts and insurance products and a cycle to work scheme.

To find out more about joining our team, apply through the link provided or contact Steven King on 0161 838 6366 or steven.king@blmlaw.com, for a confidential conversation

BLM is committed to promoting equality and diversity in all aspects of employment and is proud to be a Top 50 Inclusive Employer.

The link to apply though our website is:https://careers.blmlaw.com/jobs/vacancy/781/description

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