Private Client Solicitor - 12 month FTC
Private Client Solicitor
12 month FTC
One of UK's leading Law Firms is looking for an ambitious Private Client Solicitor who is keen to work within a top law firm based in Uxbridge.
A Solicitor is wanted to deliver Private Client advice in a top London Private Practice and help to oversee a busy team. You will also be involved in developing new business as well as networking existing clients.
The Private Client Solicitor will join a strong, established team and manage a varied and challenging caseload. You will be experienced in all aspects of Private Client work including Wills, Court of Protection, Power of Attorney, Trusts, and Taxation.
Applications are invited from Solicitors (2-3 years+ PQE) who, having established a good name for themselves are looking to become a senior member in an established law firm. With high net worth client exposure you will possess or working towards a STEP qualification.
The candidate will be able to hit the ground running, be passionate about what they do and keen to grow in conjunction with the Practice and its ambitions. The firm is looking for some fresh experience to take on a full and active case load in this busy and growing department.
This is a great opportunity for an ambitious Private Client Solicitor to join an established, approachable and forward thinking practice based in London.
Apply now to avoid disappointment and to be considered immediately!
Please contact Dean Williams, Legal Recruitment Consultant, to discuss the role in more detail or apply through the vacancy for immediate consideration.
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