Private Client Solicitor (Agriculture Sector)

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£35000 - £40000 per annum
26 Sep 2016
24 Oct 2016
Pamwan Johnson
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Private Client Solicitor (Agriculture Sector) 4+ Yrs. PQE - £35,000-£40,000 – Boston (Lincolnshire)

Legal 200 law firm, looking to recruit intelligent and forward thinking private client solicitor, you will get the opportunity to work form anyone of the firm’s four offices located around Lincolnshire area.  

The firm are a commercial practice with a strong focus on agriculture and a long history working within food production and rural estates. The firm have laid out strategic plans to grow its private client team and have put aside the necessary funds to support the growth and development of this department.

You will be a senior member of the team and will need to demonstrate the ability to manage, train, and motivate junior fee earners. You will have to opportunity as a private client solicitor learn about agriculture tax and business structure.  

You will be a private client solicitor with a good understanding of the agricultural markets and a good appreciation of the specific needs of this client group. You will also have a strong understanding of the UK Tax system with particular emphasis on inheritance tax, capital gains, SDLT plus tax, and succession planning within wills and trusts.

This is an excellent opportunity for a private client solicitor to diversify and grow their knowledge and field of expertise, whilst developing a good understand of new areas of law and new markets. For more information on this private client solicitor role and for a confidential discuss please send your CV to Pamwan Johnson

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