Private Client Lawyer

5 days left

£25000 - £50000 per annum, Benefits: Benefits package
26 Feb 2018
26 Mar 2018
Rachael Atherton
Practice area
Private client
3 years
Full time
Contract type
Private Client Lawyer.

A position within a dynamic Yorkshire law firm has become available for an experienced Private Client Lawyer. The firm has 4 offices across Yorkshire, and has a 70 year record of excellent service. The firm is a highly acclaimed choice for the West Yorkshire area and beyond. 

The role will be split between the Horsforth and Guiseley offices, and they are looking to appoint an experienced Private Client Lawyer to the team. You could be an experienced solicitor or legal executive to qualify for this role. 

The role will cover the full spectrum of private client, and the successful Private Client Lawyer will deal with all areas of Wills, Trust and Probate work, particularly Probate and Powers of Attorney/Deputyships.

This role will have limited supervision, therefore, it is essential that you have extensive previous experience and a strong passion for this area of work.

The ideal candidate will have a minimum five years’ experience working in a similar fee earning role. You will be highly I.T literate, have a warm and personable approach, and be experienced across all aspects of private client work, as outlined above.

It would be an advantage if you had previous residential conveyancing experience. This is desirable, not essential.

Applications are welcomed from any Solicitors and Legal Executives who have the relevant experience.

Please get in touch with me ASAP to discuss this Yorkshire based Private Client Lawyer role further. 

RACHAEL ATHERTON / 0113 254 9296

Apply for Private Client Lawyer

Already uploaded your CV? Sign in to apply instantly


Upload from your computer

Or import from cloud storage

Your CV must be a .doc, .pdf, .docx, .rtf, and no bigger than 1MB

4000 characters left

By applying for a job listed on Law Gazette Jobs you agree to our terms and conditions and privacy policy. You should never be required to provide bank account details. If you are, please email us.

More searches like this