An exciting opportunity for experienced cost lawyer/draftsman

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8 December 2014


Costs lawyer/draftsman – litigation

TSol are looking for and experienced costs lawyer/draftsman to lead our costs team.

TSol is at the heart of the UK Government’s legal system and is the largest provider of legal services across government, working with over 180 government departments and agencies.

The costs team is part of the litigation division and deals with all aspects of civil litigation costs for case holders in litigation, including lands tribunal, personal injury, judicial review, charities matters and costs of public inquiries.

Here you will have an exciting opportunity to lead and manage a growing team of cost lawyers and trainees dealing with often complex, high value and high profile matters on behalf of government.

For your hard work we’ll reward you with training, a competitive salary and a civil service pension.

To become the section leader of TSol’s costs team, visit

https://www.civilservicejobs.service.gov.uk/csr/index.cgi

For further information on this post contact James Barrett on 020 7210 2958 or email James.Barrett@TSol.gsi.gov.uk

For more information about TSol, visit

https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/treasury-solicitor-s-department/about/recruitment

Closing date: 8 January 2015

Interviews are expected to take place January 2015

TSol is part of the Government Legal Service.

TSol is an equal opportunity employer and aims to reflect the diversity of British Society.

We welcome applications regardless of gender, race, age, disability or sexuality.

 

 



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