Contentious Trusts and Estates - 1 - 3 PQE

Recruiter
Location
England, London
Salary
£45000.00 - £75000.00 per annum + excellent benefits
Posted
03 Aug 2017
Closes
02 Sep 2017
Ref
BBBH14292
Contact
Stephen Knight
Practice area
Private client
Position
Solicitor
Hours
Full time
Contract type
Permanent

Contentious Trusts and Estates - 1 to 3 PQE

A leading Private Client firm in central London are looking to bolster their ranks in the Contentious Trusts and Estates division. They have an excellent history and are well known across the country for the top-level advice they provide. They advise clients from both the UK and overseas, who hold assets that range from global businesses to traditional landed estates.

You would be joining a leading team in the Contentious Trusts world and would therefore need to have trained at a renowned City or West End practice who would preferably be known for their high quality Private Client work. You should have gained 1 to 3 years of PQE in contentious trusts and estates litigation. Working knowledge and experience of defusing and resolving family and trust disputes will be an essential part of the role, you should therefore be well versed in mediation.

You will be given the opportunity to learn and work with some of the top individuals in the market helping to grow your experience and understanding while developing the fir as well. This is a fantastic opportunity for a Junior Solicitor to really get their career off to an excellent start.

If this sounds like an opportunity you would be interested in exploring please contact Stephen at QED Legal for confidential discussion or apply now for immediate consideration.

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