Court of Protection Solicitor

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England, Cambridgeshire, Cambridge
£35000 - £50000 per annum + Excellent Package
14 Apr 2021
12 May 2021
GD 43124
Austen Lloyd
Job Title
Practice Area
Wills & Probate
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7, NQ
Contract Type
Full Time

Court of Protection Solicitor - Cambridgeshire

An excellent legal 500 firm, seeking a Court of Protection Solicitor.

Court of Protection Solicitor - Cambridge

The firm is looking for a junior to mid level Court of Protection Solicitor to join their well established and thriving team. The role will involve a breadth of Court of Protection to include Mental Capacity Act applications, deputyship applications and LPA's. You will be expected to have excellent client care skills and be able to demonstrate solid fee earning performance.

You will enjoy a healthy balance between running your own caseloads and supporting and working alongside senior solicitors, thus a good mix of autonomous and supportive working.

This is a well-run, established firm, with a high-quality case load. This is altogether an excellent firm to work for, with great prospects for career progression. Additionally, there is scope for flexible working opportunities.

This is a discreet appointment and will be ideal for someone who has the ability and confidence to further develop a specialism in Court of Protection matters.

Apply Below or contact Gemma at Austen Lloyd absolute confidence

Austen Lloyd is a Specialist Legal Recruitment Agency dealing with high level placements nationally. Please note: our advertisements may use PQE levels purely as a guide. The role: GD 43124 (COP Solicitor - Cambridgeshire)

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