Family Solicitor 4+ PQE | Hammersmith

Location
England, London, Hammersmith
Salary
£45000 - £55000 per annum
Posted
04 May 2021
Closes
01 Jun 2021
Ref
49635
Contact
Olivia Taylor
Job Title
Solicitor
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Family Solicitor (4+ PQE)

Hammersmith, London

Salary £45,000 - £55,000

Our client is a long established, expert legal practice who specialise in criminal defence, children law and family matters across the region for over 30 years. Due to an increase in work, our client is now seeking to appoint an experienced Family Solicitor to join their successful and thriving department on a permanent basis.

The Role:

the successful Solicitor will be responsible for managing a busy and varied caseload independently from inception to completion. This will be a mix of public law parent and guardian cases, private law children cases and injunctions.

The Candidate:

The ideal Solicitor will be 4+ years PQE with experience in a supervisory position with a strong passion for publicly funded work. Other experience includes:

* Children Panel Accredited

* Advocacy experience with the ability to conduct advocacy on your own cases for a range of different hearings including final hearings with a keen desire to continue developing this.

* Strong attention to detail with the ability to work independently

* Excellent client care skills

* IT proficiency

* Ability to work to tight deadlines

* Bringing your own following would be advantageous

The salary for this fantastic opportunity is £45,000 - £55,000 with benefits to follow.

 

 

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