Family Solicitor Supervisor

£50k - 62k per year + Benefits Package
07 Jun 2024
05 Jul 2024
Rachael Atherton
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Contract Type
Full Time

A new and rare opportunity for a Family Solicitor and Supervisor has become available with one of the UK's leading law firms.

This firm boasts one of the largest teams in London and is looking to continue its further expansion across the North of England. 

This is an opportunity for an ambitious Family Solicitor with previous supervisory experience to set up a new team, based in Leeds. 

The role will see you undertaking all aspects of leadership and day to day management for a team of fee earners you are responsible for mentoring, supporting and developing them to deliver exceptional client care and quality legal work, as well as running your own successful caseload.

You will come from a strong legal aid background, with the bulk of work covering Non-Molestation Orders, PSO's and OOO's. There will also be potential to work on divorce, child arrangements and finance work.

Ideally you will have Panel Membership but those without will still be considered, and the firm will also support you to get onto the Panel. 

Familiarity with the online legal aid scheme (CCMS) is required. 

This is an outstanding opportunity for a Family Solicitor wishing to accelerate their career in a firm that is offering huge potential for growth. 

Agile and hybrid working are promoted at this firm, along with an outstanding benefits package. 

If you meet the above criteria, please apply directly via the link or contact Rachael Atherton at G2 Legal Recruitment.

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