Private Client Solicitor

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Location
England, Hampshire, Tadley
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
29 Mar 2018
Closes
26 Apr 2018
Ref
Req/455784
Contact
Christian Squire
Practice area
Private client
Position
Solicitor
Hours
Full time
Contract type
Permanent

*** Newly Qualified Private Client solicitor - Major regional firm - Berkshire***

My client is a well established regional firm with a number of offices across Berkshire and Surrey. They are ranked in the legal 500 across a number of practice and are a well known name across these areas.

Due to the extent of work coming in, the firm have a vacancy for a newly qualified private client solicitor to join the team within the firm's Berkshire based office, working closely with a number of senior lawyers including the partner and Head of Private Client.

You will manage a varied caseload of wills, probate, estate and trust administration for a varied, mid-high net worth client base, as well as assisting more senior lawyers on more high value complex files, including those of an international nature.

The firm are offering a highly competitive starting salary as well as a clear progression structure and the opportunity to work alongside senior lawyers who are well respected in their field, many of whom are individually mentioned in the legal 500.

For more information about this and other private client roles across Berkshire, Surrey and London, please contact Christian Squire at Search Legal on 01293 848 145 or email christian.squire@search.co.uk

Search is an equal opportunities recruiter and we welcome applications from all suitably skilled or qualified applicants, regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/beliefs, sexual orientation or age.

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