Crown Court Draftsperson
- Job Reference: BH-36523
- Date Posted: 5 February 2024
- Recruiter: Law Staff Limited
- Location: Luton
- Salary: £45,000 to £55,000
- Sector: Costs
- Personnel Type: Costs Draftsperson
Are you an experienced Crown Court Costs Draftsman looking for a new challenge? We are currently seeking a skilled professional to join a reputable law firm in a hybrid working model. This is an excellent opportunity to showcase your expertise in billing Crown Court cases, with a focus on Legal Aid cases.
The ideal candidate will have a comprehensive understanding of billing procedures for both Legal Aid and Private Crown Court cases. In addition, knowledge of Civil Billing would be advantageous. The successful candidate will be rewarded with a competitive market rate and a generous 28 days inclusive of bank holidays.
This role offers a hybrid working model, allowing you the flexibility to work from home and the office. This provides a great work-life balance and the opportunity to tailor your working environment to suit your needs.
To be considered for this role, you must possess a proven track record in Crown Court costs drafting, with the ability to effectively manage billing processes. Strong attention to detail and the ability to work autonomously are essential for success in this role.
In return, you will have the opportunity to work with a dynamic team in a supportive and collaborative environment. This is a chance to further develop your skills and make a significant impact within the legal sector.
If you are a dedicated professional with a passion for Crown Court costs drafting, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity. Take the next step in your career and join a forward-thinking firm that values your expertise and offers a rewarding working environment. Apply now to take advantage of this unique opportunity.
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