Family Lawyer

Location
Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear
Salary
Excellent salary (dependent on qualifications and experience).
Posted
13 Feb 2019
Closes
13 Mar 2019
Ref
CMLEM503
Practice area
Family
Contract type
Permanent

Are you an experienced family lawyer looking to enjoy a long and rewarding career with a friendly and supportive firm?

This is an excellent opportunity for you to join an energetic, reputable and highly successful Newcastle based practice, working on a large and varied caseload.

As a Family Lawyer, you will be helped and supported to enjoy becoming part of an enthusiastic team of family law specialists, providing outstanding customer service and advice.

You will experience the whole range of family law matters, the nature of the work will vary from public law child proceedings to high net worth matrimonial matters. The ability to work on a busy caseload using your own initiative is essential for this role as Family lawyer.

The position of Family Lawyer provides excellent career development opportunities, this will mainly be down to your own efforts. 

Applications from Solicitors and Legal Executives are welcome.

Membership of the Law Society Child Care Panel, Family Law Panel, or Resolution accreditation would be an advantage, although not essential and should not discourage you from applying if you haven't!

The role of Family Lawyer is a full time/part time and permanent position, with an excellent salary (dependent on qualifications and experience).

If you are not yet sure that you want to apply, or would like more information - why not 'call for an initial chat, in complete confidence. If I don't answer, please do leave me a message as no-one else will hear it and I will return your call as soon as I'm free.

Apply, or call in confidence: Eric Moore, Coulton Moore Legal Recruitment, 01900 826417 / 07720 665 835.

Services advertised by CML Recruitment (Coulton Moore Ltd t/as) are those of an Employment Agency as defined under The UK Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003.