Family Law Solicitor
Family Law Solicitor
Family Law Solicitor , East Midlands
Well known regional firm will high staff retention levels is now looking to appoint a Family Law solicitor to join their growing network.
This Legal 500 practice with a growing profile nationally offer both private and publicly funded solutions and their Family department is an example of that.
You will assist the team in continuing to develop the family law practice in your designated region you have responsibility for and will develop and deal with a caseload of private and legal aid family work, to include divorce and separation and related financial and private law children matters.
The firm would like to hear from solicitors with proven local or regional connections and be prepared to maintain and develop those and attend business development meetings.
Ideally you'll have 3+ years PQE within Family Law and be a car driver. You will be an advocate and be able to demonstrate excellent organisational and communication skills.
You will be mindful of financial targets however your focus remains on providing the best possible level of service to the client base.
The successful candidate must be hard working, flexible and willing to build good working relationships as part of a team and have excellent people and IT skills.
Applications from relocators will be considered but you must be able to demonstrate a commitment to live and work in the area.
This is a superb opportunity with genuine career paths available.
Please contact Dante Friend, Legal Recruitment Consultant, to discuss the role in more detail or apply through the vacancy for immediate consideration. If you have not been contacted within five working days you should assume you have not been successful on this occasion.
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