Private Client Solicitor

6 days left

Location
Sutton Coldfield
Salary
£30k - 38k per year + Benefits Package
Posted
28 May 2024
Closes
25 Jun 2024
Ref
1508735-3-RH-22
Contact
Rebecca Healey
Job Title
Solicitor
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

A legal 500 law firm is seeking to appoint a private client solicitor or legal executive around NQ level to join its Sutton Coldfield office. The firm offers hybrid working and a range of benefits along with plenty of support to enable you to progress and develop.

Our client is a reputable West Midlands law firm and its private client department is spread across multiple offices. The firm is seeking a newly qualified private client solicitor or legal executive to join the team. The firm would even consider a highly experienced paralegal. 

To be considered for this position you must be able to run your own small caseload of matters independently to include Wills, LPAs and estates. You will work in a small team comprising of a Partner and a Solicitor, and will assist the Partner on more complex matters to build your experience.

The firm is looking for a passionate private client NQ solicitor/Legal executive who has the drive and ambition to learn and progress. Engaging in business development is a part of the role and in return the firm will provide continued training and support to enable you to develop.

On offer is hybrid working, attractive bonus schemes, enhanced pension, private health, training and support to develop along with a collaborative working culture.

To discuss this in more detail contact Rebecca Healey at G2 Legal or apply online. 

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