Private Client Solicitor - Partner

£60000 - £80000 per annum, Benefits: Benefits Package
12 Feb 2019
12 Mar 2019
Chris Rodriguez
Practice area
Private client, Tax
Full time
Contract type
Private Client Partner.
If you are a Senior Private Client Solicitor who is looking to take that step up to Partner level but is unable to at your current firm, or if you are currently a Partner and looking for a new challenge, this is the perfect role for you.

This forward thinking leading Legal 500 law firm have a proven track record for success and are looking for a Senior Solicitor with 10+ years' PQE to join their private client team in this key Bournemouth based placement. They have an ambitious strategy and a strong management team in an exciting growth stage. The successful Private Client Solicitor will be dealing with the full spectrum of private client work including wills, probate, LPAs, complex tax and trust matters for high net worth clients. STEP Qualification or commitment to acquiring this is essential.

Your role as a Private Client Partner will involve: 

• To be able to lead and run transactions
• Existing caseload to hand
• Be active in business development in gaining new clients and grow your own caseload 

My Bournemouth based client is eager to shortlist for interviews as soon as possible, so please contact me confidentially or send your CV to Chris Rodriguez by applying on-line. 01273 289000.

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