We are always looking for new lawyers with a proven track record to join our high-quality team.  If you would like to send us your CV on a speculative basis, please send it, together with a covering letter or email to our Director, Emma Bond.




Job description

We are looking for experienced lawyers to join our insurance team. You will have experience in handling EL/PL claims or other defendant insurance work.  The case load will be varied and may include EL/PL, property damage and policy disputes, working alongside other members of our team.

We require candidates who are willing to contribute to our growing team and who are highly skilled, personable and ambitious. You will  have regular client contact and an opportunity to build a practice of your own. Our lawyers are integral to the future of the firm and we will invest in the right people.

We are able to offer the right candidates a competitive salary and benefits to include: company pension, bonus scheme, gym subsidy, 24 days holiday and private health.

Desired Skills and Experience

  • EL/PL claims experience

  • Good negotiator

  • Dispute resolution

  • Drafting

  • Personal Injury

  • Insurance


Trainee Solicitors

At present, we are not recruiting trainee solicitors. Please do not apply for a training contract. Should the situation change, we will update the website accordingly.

Equality and Diversity

Hextalls Law is an Equal Opportunities employer and benefits from diversity amongst its lawyers, consultants and support staff. We are committed to fairness and equality amongst all staff and these firm beliefs underlie our procedures for recruitment and ongoing staff care and development.

As part of our continuing commitment in this area, we collect data on diversity and equality and provide it to the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) which is published anonymously and aggregated across the profession. For more information on this please see the SRA Website at .

As we are a small firm we follow SRA guidance not to publish our own internal diversity and equality data to avoid the risk of publishing data which may allow any individual to be identified, and thereby protecting the privacy of all employees.