Private Client Solicitor - Oxford

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Location
England, Oxfordshire, Oxford
Salary
£28000.00 - £40000.00 per annum
Posted
16 Apr 2018
Closes
14 May 2018
Ref
BBBH17853
Contact
Greg Whittaker
Practice area
Private client
Position
Solicitor
Hours
Full time
Contract type
Permanent

Private Client Solicitor - Oxford

A respected regional law firm are looking to add to their team with the recruitment of a private client lawyer to their office in Oxford.

It is envisaged that the successful candidate will have be a Solicitor or Legal Executive with between NQ - 5 years PQE in dealing with things such as wills, probate, LPAs, tax and trust planning matters.

You must be able to deal with a caseload with confidence and must have a personable and calm nature in dealing with clients both on the telephone and on a face to face basis. The firm will consider a solicitor or legal executive as long as they have the relevant experience to hit the ground running and contribute to the ongoing success of the department.

This firm has a brilliant reputation in the Oxfordshire area and is of a size which is big enough to offer a good level of support but small enough so that your hard work and contribution to the success of the firm is noticed and appreciated. The firm are experiencing a period of growth at the present time and so now is a great time to join the firm that will offer good benefits package and fantastic prospects for future progression as the firm continues to grow. The firm take pride in the progression prospects which they offer their lawyers and as a result of this they enjoy an excellent staff retention rate.

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