Private Client Solicitor

Dependent on experience
23 Feb 2021
23 Mar 2021
Cassie Bell
Job Title
PQE Level
5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Full Time

Private Client Solicitor / Senior Associate, Norwich – 5+ PQE – A Top 200 law firm is looking to appoint an experienced Private Client Solicitor to handle a varied caseload of private client matters.

JOB TITLE: Private Client Solicitor
SALARY: Dependent on experience

• An opportunity has arisen within a Legal 500 law firm for a Senior Private Client Solicitor to play an integral role in the development of private client offerings in Norfolk.
• Ideal Private Client Solicitors will already be a Senior Associate or Director looking for a new challenge.
• With an already impressive reputation for the services they provide, this firm covers the full spectrum of private client matters including Wills, Estate Planning, Trusts, Probate on behalf of a diverse caseload.
• You will have at least 5 years PQE in conducting their own caseload of matters as well as developing their profile within the Norwich market.
• Business Development skills along with a genuine passion for this area of law are a must for this role and you will be confident in your abilities to network and business develop.
• If you have a possible network of contacts who are able to instruct you on future matters then we would like to hear from you.
• A growing Top 200 practice who are highly recommended in the Legal Directories for their private client offerings.
• Salary will be dependent on experience and comprehensive benefits package is on offer for the successful Private Client Senior Associate / Director


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