Agricultural Law Solicitor -Cheltenham

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England, Gloucestershire, Cheltenham
£45000 - £55000 per annum
05 Oct 2016
02 Nov 2016
Matthew Goodwin
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Practice Area
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Full Time

It is noticeable at the moment just how much Agricultural Law candidates are in demand across a wide variety of firms, whether that is candidates with strong Agricultural Property experience for example or likewise candidates with strong Agricultural Law disputes experience as part of a firm's wider private individual Litigation practice.

This is a good example, and in truth this is an excellent example as this is a new vacancy that we have been discussing with this client yesterday with without doubt one of the best, high profile firms in the region.

Our client is a leading firm in Cheltenham with a full service practice, both on the commercial clients side and across a range of private clients including HNW. As part of their plans to continue to build and develop their client offering for their rural and farming clients they are looking to hire another Agricultural Law solicitor to work alongside the existing team.

You will ideally already have excellent experience in this area and you may be already working locally or may have links in the area and are thinking about a move back. Either way, if you would like to join a leading firm, but a firm renowned for their work/life balance approach for all their lawyers across all their teams, and would like to join a team where there is still so much they can do with their work and their clients in this area, perhaps take the chance to get in touch with us for more information. All enquiries are always treated in strict confidence.

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