Private Client Solicitor

£35k - 50k per year + Benefits Package
04 Jun 2024
02 Jul 2024
Toby Ryan
Job Title
Contract Type
Full Time

My client is a long standing and high reputable multi-service law firm with deep roots in the Leicestershire legal market. Operating out of modern commercial offices in central Loughborough, this is your opportunity to join a dynamic law firm that has continuously gone from strength to strength in recent years.

You'll be a private client solicitor (circa 3 years PQE+) with a solid background in handling your own caseload of private client matters to include; wills, probate and lasting powers of attorney. 

You'll be self-sufficient and be able to work with little to no supervision whilst having both paralegal and full-time secretarial support in place. The firm prides itself on allowing its solicitors to do their jobs and not micro-managing. In turn giving you the opportunity to establish and develop your own client relationships whilst maintaining their long-standing client relations.

This role is predominantly fully office based however some ad-hoc hybrid working can be considered. You'll have real face to face client interaction and be able to work in tandem with the senior management team and Directors to put your own stamp on the department long term and be involved in future networking and business development

If you are a private client solicitor looking for a new challenge working within a modern and dynamic law firm that boasts a wealth of experience across the region, please apply today or contact Toby Ryan at G2 Legal Recruitment.


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