Private Client Partner

2 days left

Location
England, Dorset, Bournemouth
Salary
£40000 - £60000 per annum
Posted
03 Feb 2021
Closes
03 Mar 2021
Ref
48338
Contact
Leanne Taylor
Job Title
Partner
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Private Client Partner | 10+ year PQE | Bournemouth

Our client, a leading Legal 500 law firm located in Bournemouth are seeking to appoint a Private Client Partner to join their legal practice on a permanent basis.

The ideal Partner will be 10+ years PQE with a wealth of knowledge and experience in the Private Client sector.

Your main responsibilities will include managing your own busy and varied caseload of Wills, Probate, LPA's and complex Tax and Trusts matters. You will have exceptional business development skills as well as being able develop and maintain strong client relationships with high net worth individuals who provide high quality work.

As the Private Client Partner, you will also be responsible for leading and supervising a small team of Fee Earners and ensure the success of the department.

If this Private Client Partner role is of interest, please call Leanne on 01772 259121 or forward your most recent CV

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