Family / Childcare Solicitor - Oxfordshire
Family / Childcare Solicitor - Oxfordshire - We have an opportunity with a leading firm Oxfordshire who are looking for a Lawyer with experience in Family and Childcare law.
This substantial high street law firm is proud of the reputation of its Family department and is looking to add a position for an Family solicitor to help develop this area of specialism within the firm for Childcare.
The Family department is a small and friendly Partner lead team with an existing caseload of wide ranging, private Family, Childcare, Matrimonial and Ancillary matters, dealing with mid to high net worth clients. Your would be encouraged to take a leading role on Childcare matters within the team. Children Panel membership or working towards such would be an advantage here but is not essential.
There is some flexibility here, and we would like to hear from candidates with a range of PQE levels from 2 years upwards, who are ready for a new challenge within a good firm. If you are looking for future career development and progression prospects, then there is a real opportunity here for the right person. Mediation and good Client facing skills and the ability to create a relationship of trust and empathy with your Clients will be highly valued with this position.
If you think that you have the necessary experience, and this Opportunity could be of interest to you, then Sarah would be very keen to hear from you as soon as possible in absolute Confidence on 01275 463 111.
Legal Vacancies/Law Jobs, Reference : SM 15352 ; (Family / Childrens Solicitor): Austen Lloyd Limited is a Specialist Legal Recruitment Agency. In addition to this role, we have many other excellent and specialist positions. Please send us a copy of your CV to email@example.com. Alternatively, for an informal chat Telephone 01275 463 111 or visit our website on www.austenlloyd.co.uk
Please note our advertisements may use PQE/salary levels purely as a guide. However we would be happy to consider applications from all candidates who can demonstrate the skills needed to perform the role (Family / Children's Solicitor Role No. 15352).