Private Client Assistant Solicitor

Not specified
12 Jul 2018
09 Aug 2018
Practice area
Private client
Full time
Contract type
REF: AH147

I am currently working with a well established law firm who have been in existence for over 190 years. Due to the continued growth of the firm, they are now looking to recruit a Private Client Assistant Solicitor on a permanent, full time basis in their Slough office.

The ideal candidate will be NQ – 2 years’ PQE and have strong knowledge and previous experience with a range of Private Client matters including Wills and Probate, Trusts and Lasting Powers of Attorney. The candidate must be able to assist with more senior members of team. The successful candidate should also have strong client care and interpersonal skills and an excellent professional manner.

Required Skills & Experience:

•             Must be NQ – 2 years’ PQE 

•             Knowledge of a range of Private Client matters such as Will Preparation, Estate Administration,                   Lasting Powers of Attorney, Trusts, Court of Protection and Tax Advice

•             Excellent professional manner and client care


Vacancy Information:

•             Location: Slough

•             Salary range: Negotiable Dependent on Experience

•             Job type: Permanent

•             Working Hours: Monday – Friday (full-time)

•             Reference: AH147

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