Criminal Solicitor

5 days left

11 Nov 2021
09 Dec 2021
Lauren Harris
Job Title
Practice Area
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7
Contract Type
Full Time

Criminal Solicitor, 1+ Years, PQE, Doncaster – An excellent opportunity has arisen for a duty accredited Criminal Solicitor to join an established firm. 

• As a criminal solicitor you will be managing your own varied caseload of criminal defence work, seeing cases through from initial police station consultations to Crown or Magistrate Court hearings.
• The firm’s team of expert criminal solicitors deal with the full spectrum of criminal law matters, from criminal damage to murder and sexual offence and undertake cases that are funded both privately and through legal aid.
• Applications are sought from Criminal Solicitors with a minimum of 1 years PQE.
• You must be technically strong with a successful track record in criminal defence work.
• An ability to manage a demanding caseload with minimal partner supervision is essential.
• The successful candidate will be apt at dealing with clients from a range of backgrounds professionally and sympathetically.
• This modern and forward thinking South Yorkshire firm prides itself on offering all its clients a service that is not only of the highest possible quality, but is also friendly, straight talking, and entirely tailored to their own individual needs.
• As an employer it is committed to attracting, retaining and nurturing the best legal talent on the market and providing them with an environment in which their careers can thrive.
• This role comes with an excellent remuneration and benefits package with good prospects for career progression.


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