NQ Children Law Solicitor

4 days left

England, Cheshire
£26000 - £35000 per annum + Very Competitive Package
11 Feb 2021
11 Mar 2021
Austen Lloyd
Job Title
Practice Area
Child Law
PQE Level
2-4, NQ
Contract Type
Full Time
CHILDREN LAW SOLICITOR - NQ- LEGAL 500 - CHESHIRE - An excellent opportunity to join a leading family law team…

Child Care Solicitor - (NQ+ PQE) - CHESHIRE

An outstanding opportunity for a newly qualified Solicitor with a solid background in care and public children matters to join this very well respected Legal 500 firm in their Chester office. You will be joining a successful and growing Child Care Team with strong connections with the local area.

You will need a solid background in a full range of Public Children Law work, gained at a respected firm, with proven case management and client development skills. Typical matters will include representing children, parents and family members in the range of Public Law Children proceedings. Experience undertaking Private Law legal aid work will also be a real plus.

The firm are looking for those with a strong technical knowledge of care proceedings and the ability to undertake your own advocacy will be a real plus. Moreover, desire to work towards Children Panel membership h would be a distinct advantage here but this is not essential.

This is a sensitive and discreet appointment and any application will be treated in the utmost confidence. The position has the potential to develop rapidly, with real career development opportunities.

Apply Below or contact Matthew at Austen Lloyd as soon as possible in absolute confidence, Reference: MB 43177: (Children Law Solicitor - Cheshire).

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