Private Client Solicitor (7+ PQE)

South West London
£55000 - £65000 per annum, Benefits: Company Pension Scheme
08 Oct 2021
05 Nov 2021
Zac Marshall
Job Title
Practice Area
Private Client
PQE Level
10+, 5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Full Time
This well-reputed team are searching for an accomplished senior solicitor to join them in Sutton. 

You will be joining a long-established and traditional firm with good quality private client work involving lifetime planning for high net worth and business clients, succession, and elderly client issues.  

As a Senior Solicitor you will be:
  • At least 7+ years of PQE
  • Able to handle your own matters
  • Involved in supervising more junior members of this large team 
The juniors in the team will look up to you. As well as a fee earner, you will enjoy developing new business to further develop this successful department.

You may also look to develop the long-term plans for this department and oversee some members of staff. 

For the right person, there will be the opportunity to step up to Partner in the future, alongside an excellent salary for this area. 

In addition, you will also bolster the existing relationships with other teams internally within the firm to promote cross-referrals, particularly from the real estate and litigation departments. 

Although very professional, this is not an overly corporate environment. You will be warmly welcomed to the firm and team. 

Excellent salary depending on experience and benefits package. 

If you are interested, please do not hesitate to apply now with your CV or call me directly.

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