A well-established law firm in Wetherby has an opportunity for a Private Client Solicitor to join the team and handle a broad range of high-quality work.
Our client is a full-service law firm offering a broad range of specialisms to businesses and individuals and has an excellent reputation across the Yorkshire region. As a result, the firm continually attracts high-quality, varied work.
The firm's private client department is a key part of their continued success and is renowned for being a strong unit. The team handles a broad range of work including Wills, Trusts, Inheritance Tax planning, deeds of variation, deputyship and some Court of Protection matters.
The successful candidate will be confident and well-organised and an ambitious self-starter, who can handle a range of Private Client work and who has experience of running their own files from start to finish. The successful candidate will also be proficient in the use of IT, have excellent communication skills, an empathetic manner and an interest in business development. The team is close knit and the firm promotes a friendly working environment.
Our client has asked that candidates have at least 3 years PQE because due to the volume of work, they require someone who is able to run with matters with minimal supervision. This PQE is given as a guideline and for anyone who falls outside of this, but who has the relevant knowledge and experience, please do apply. The firm is committed to supporting and developing their people and offers an excellent quality of work and a highly rewarding career for the right candidate.
How to Apply: Having been established for over 20 years, we are experts in legal recruitment. Our strength derives from the fact that we are well-known, well-respected and have developed long-standing bonds with both our clients and candidates and have become an authority on all aspects of legal recruitment. To hear more about this Private Client Solicitor position, please contact Rachel Birkinshaw or another member of the private practice team at Sacco Mann.