Family Solicitor needed to join this rapidly expanding Law firm in West London. Salary dependent on experience.
This firm has only been established for a short period of time but has achieved systematic and organic success, leveraging their turnover to the £1 million mark already. They were established by a duo of collective minds who wanted to provide a new generation of Solicitors with a platform for progression, free from the rigmarole of conventional institutes. An indication of their success can be seen from the fact that they have been able to assist a junior fee earner to bill circa £300,000 from a high street background. They have quickly grown from a staff of 2 to 15, and their next stage growth plans involve expanding into the home counties from London.
The firm seeks Solicitors who are keen to build a reputation for themselves in the local market and who are willing to champion their firm forward. The ideal fit with the rest of the team would be a dynamic solicitor with lofty aspirations. The earning potential at this firm can be significant due to a lucrative bonus structure and no shortage of good quality work.
It is also important to highlight that the firm would look to become the successor practice for small practices looking to grow, and who want to become part of their brand. This could be an excellent opportunity for stronger brand awareness and an increased workflow.
Family Solicitor, 1 + years PQE
- You will be a Solicitor with at least 1+ years PQE.
- A good billings history and a desire to engage in business development are essential.
- Excellent communication, organisation, and written communication.
- The firm like people who have worked in other sectors as well as legal.
- The firm is able to give people a brilliant platform for growth, and progress people to Partnership quickly.
- You will handle a caseload including but not limited to; all private children issues, including financial applications (Schedule 1), prenuptial agreements and pre-civil-partner agreements, advice for unmarried families, international aspects of separation and divorce, domestic violence and protection from abuse, and injunctions.