Private Client Solicitor

England, North Yorkshire, York
£30000 - £40000 per annum
28 Feb 2018
28 Mar 2018
Andrew Purdy
Practice area
Private client
Full time
Contract type

A great regional firm has an opening for a Private Client Solicitor to join its up and coming York office. It is a really exciting time to join the firm as it looks to further its presence and offering in the area. You will be joining a close-knit team, meaning you will always have the support and guidance you need while you are developing your skills and knowledge base.

There is a real mix of work on offer here and will be dealing with a range of clients, including some High Net Worth clients. You will have a really broad-ranging and interesting caseload comprising of Wills, Trusts and Probate, LPAs, Tax Planning, Estate Administration, as well as some Court of Protection matters.

You will also have the opportunity to support Partners in the team on more complex, high-value matters, allowing you to gain a fully-rounded exposure and develop your skills further on complicated files.

Our client is quite open on salary and will consider applications from 1 to 5 years' PQE, however this is given purely as a guideline and the firm will still consider applications from candidates who fall outside of this bracket, yet can demonstrate the technical ability and enthusiasm relevant for the role.

If this sounds like something of interest, please contact Andy Purdy or another member of the Private Practice Division at Sacco Mann. Alternatively, if you know of anyone who would be suitable for this role then please let them or us know as we offer a reward for successful referrals. For full terms please see our website.

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