Private Client Solicitor

England, West Midlands, Sutton Coldfield
£35000.00 - £50000.00 per annum
24 Nov 2021
22 Dec 2021
Jordan Speakman
Job Title
Contract Type
Full Time

A well-established legal 500 law firm is looking for a Private Client Solicitor to join the team at the Sutton Coldfield office.


Duties & Responsibilities:

The successful Private Client Solicitor will have the ability to deal with their own caseload of caseload including wills, probate, trusts, lasting powers of attorney and estate administration as well as help develop business for the firm.



The ideal Private Client Solicitor will be a minimum 3 - 10 years' PQE within Private Client. You will have business development experience and boast a positive and dedicated attitude to drive the department forward. STEP qualified and SFE are advantageous.

You will ideally have secured a 2:1 at degree level. The firm are keen on individuals with experience in Taxable Estates or have a strong desire to be involved in this work.



  • Salary is £35,000 - £50,000
  • Bonus
  • 24 days holidays + BH
  • Parking
  • Progression routes
  • Professional Development support




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