Child Panel Solicitor

5 days left

£45k - 60k per year + Benefits Package
30 May 2024
27 Jun 2024
Jude Cornelli
Job Title
Contract Type
Full Time

A new opportunity for an experienced Children Panel Solicitor has arisen with this highly regarded firm based in the City of London. 

The successful candidate will benefit from excellent levels of support from staff at all levels, ongoing training opportunities, a generous remuneration package, plenty of remote working and access to market leading IT and case management systems.

The firm has strong reputation, both in the London market and in several other locations around the country. The Care team is among the most successful overall and has an outstanding reputation for its public family/Legal Aid funded work and the department is also rapidly expanding.

You will benefit from a full caseload of public law children work, as well as the regular advocacy that comes with being an accredited Children Panel member. 

Management and supervision of others is available for those with the requisite skills. 

To be considered for this London-based role, you will be:

  • An accredited Children Panel Member - This is an essential requirement 
  • Able to handle a full caseload independently
  • Experienced with client relationships and prioritise client care as part of your schedule

The firm is located in the City and benefits from great transport links.

The firm is looking to hire an accredited Children Panel Solicitor as soon as possible, so for immediate consideration please apply now or contact Jude Cornelli at G2 Legal today.

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