This Top 200, Legal 500 ranked firm are looking for a Family solicitor to join their Leicester office. The individual will work alongside an impressive array of lawyers, with a broad caseload.
The firm are a highly regarded commercial law firm, with offices throughout the Midlands. They are a top 200 firm, punching well above their weight in the regions, and dealing with a variety of high-quality work.
Whilst being proud of their history, this firm is extremely forward-thinking and entrepreneurial, having opened new offices in the past few years. This modern outlook is reflected by their impressive outlook towards the use of technology and the developing of relationships to allow for both a local and international feel for both their clients and employees.
The firm offer a highly rewarding benefits package, as well as a lucrative rewards system tailored to each level in order to ensure recognition for hard work is not missed. Looking for only the best talent, this firm celebrates success at every stage, and will not only train, develop and enhance skills, but offer progression where it is deserved.
The firm are looking to hire a Family Solicitor to join their Leicester office.
You will deal with well-known public figures and HNW individuals. The caseload will include; Ancillary relief, Divorce, private children work, cohabitation agreements and wealth protection.
The successful candidate will be expected to ensure the successful development of the firm in line with the current business plan, to handle all forms of family law and to develop their own case load. Further, they will be expected to maintain and improve client care and to participate in the marketing of the firm by actively participating in networking activities.
- You will be a Family Solicitor with between 2 - 8 years PQE
- You will have good communication skills
- You should be ambitious and wanting to progress
- You will be an organised individual who is keen to develop in your career
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