Care Solicitor

Location
England, West Midlands, Dudley
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
17 Feb 2021
Closes
17 Mar 2021
Ref
48700
Contact
James Wilson
Job Title
Solicitor
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

My client, an extremely well-established private practice Law firm are currently seeking an experienced Care Solicitor to join their offices in Dudley.

The Role:

As the successful Care Solicitor, you will have an important and very varied job role which will mainly entail managing your own caseload from inception to completion which in large will be Public Childcare matters.

You will also take initial instructions, offer expert advice to clients and work closely with colleagues in the department.

Advocacy work will also be required on contentious cases.

Requirements:

In order to be suitable for this position, you will be able to demonstrate experience in managing your own caseload of legal aid childcare matters. Ideally, you will be NQ-1-year PQE and have a real passion for Public Family work.

It is important that you have experience of advocacy and have excellent client care skills.

 

Benefits:

  • Salary DOE £30,000-£35,000
  • 23 days holiday + BH

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