Court of Protection Solicitor

Location
Greater Manchester
Salary
£35000 - £60000 per annum
Posted
06 Jun 2024
Closes
04 Jul 2024
Ref
215296134
Contact
Melanie Daly
Job Title
Solicitor
Practice Area
Mental Health, Private Client
PQE Level
2-4, NQ
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Court of Protection Solicitor, up to 4 years’ PQE, Manchester, Market leading law firm, £35,000 - £60,000 (DOE) 

OVERVIEW:
• This specialist law firm continues to experience significant success and goes from strength to strength in the sector.
• They are looking to appoint a Court of Protection Solicitor to join a team handling property and affairs work.
• You will manage your own caseload undertaking predominantly Expert Witness and Deputyship work, advising clients, families and support teams as well as external solicitors on a wide range of legal issues and undertake applications to Court.
• You can also expect to be assisting senior colleagues on complex cases.
• The successful Solicitor will have up to around 4 years’ PQE in Court of Protection work and will be able to demonstrate knowledge of funding options and welfare issues, as well exceptional communication and interpersonal skills.
• An excellent opportunity to join one of the leading law firms this specialist sector that can offer high quality work and genuine career opportunities.
• The firm has embraced a flexible working culture with the majority of its Solicitors working on hybrid structure.
• Competitive salary and benefits package which will include enhanced annual leave, bonus, private health care and gym membership.

 

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