Family Solicitor - 3+ PQE - Brighton
- Flexible working
- Legal 500 practice
- Excellent quality of work
TSR Legal have recently been instructed by a well regarded legal 500 law firm based in Brighton with offices across the South East of England who are looking for a Family Solicitor with at least 3 years post qualification experience to join the expanding Family department. This role also combines both challenging work with a broader business and management skills set. As such, this role would suit a technical family lawyer with a commercial outlook.
You will deal mainly with:
- Divorce Proceedings
- Financial Remedy
- Private Law and Public Law Children Matters
- Cohabitee Disputes
- Pre-nuptial Agreements
This role will ideally suit an individual with a ‘can do’ attitude, friendly and professional manner with experience of working in Family law.
Key Benefits of This Role
- Excellent market leading salary and benefits
- Opportunity to work for highly ranked law firm
The successful applicant will ideally meet the following criteria:
- Excellent administration, organisation, and communication skills
- Well-developed client care skills
- The ability to work on their own initiative
- Excellent time management skills
- Enthusiasm, and motivation for marketing and business development activities
Our client has a strong clients base across Sussex and the South East of England with a large amount of work being repeat business. Our client is going through a significant amount of growth throughout 2020 and currently looking to expand the Family department due to a high demand for the firms services.
Should you be interested in applying for this role or would even like to have a more general chat to find out further information please contact Ryan Pryce at TSR LEGAL on 02033 266402 firstname.lastname@example.org for a confidential discussion or apply directly for the role below:
*TSR Legal would like to inform applicants that our client is continuing to recruit. Our client is now utilising video conferencing so interviews can take place to avoid unnecessary travel by candidates and to reduce direct contact.*