Interested In Working In Industrial Disease?
Roberts Jackson Solicitors are an award winning law firm based in Wilmslow, South Manchester. We are professional and experienced outfit employing over 90 Fee earners with support from in house Finance & Costs, Marketing, IT and HR departments.
We are currently looking to recruit experienced fee earners and solicitors with 1 year minimum litigation experience. If you are trained in another area of law there are also opportunities to retrain with us.
Our People, Clients and Services
We are leaders in identifying and litigating Industrial Disease claims of the highest quality on a no win no fee basis and are dedicated to putting our clients at the heart of everything we do.
We care about each other, our work place and our clients whilst taking pride in everything we do. Being experts in what we do, Roberts Jackson Solicitors are passionate about improving access to justice and will fight for what we believe in.
Our staff and clients are at the heart of everything we do. Watch the video to hear some of our staff stories and what makes working at Roberts Jackson so great.
Join the rapidly expanding and award winning Roberts Jackson team today.
Roberts Jackson recently received a private equity investment of £15 million from NorthEdge Capital. The investment allows us to accelerate the growth of the business, capitalise on new opportunities within the industrial disease market and provide many more clients with the very best advice.
We are offering excellent opportunities for the right candidates who are seeking to develop and enhance their career within industrial disease. We have a nationally recognised award winning training programme and provide our employees with over 250 hours of training each year.
Working at Roberts Jackson
Working at Roberts Jackson isn’t a job; it is a career where training, employee development and delivering excellent client care are at its core. Visit our Reviews page to find out what our employees have to say. However don’t just take our word for it though, watch the video above: