Top 100 Firm
Family Law Senior Associate/ Partner role
City - London
Our client, a leading TOP 100 firm are already successful, but ambitious to grow and become even more successful.
The culture in this firm can be summed up as Collegiate, friendly, supportive, inclusive, approachable, ambitious, caring and fun. It is this unique culture that attracts many Partners from major City law firms, and sets them apart from their competitors.
The position offers a real opportunity to progress your career. The work is demanding, but the team and firm promote an open and friendly culture whilst being proud and protective of their reputation.
You will have developed a breadth of significant experience in private family law including matters with an international aspect, divorce proceedings with cross-border elements, including asset protection for high-net-worth clients. You will be self-motivated with a pro-active and professional approach to your work, able to manage a complex and varied workload effectively. You must be a strong team player with experience in supervising, motivating and developing junior members of a team.
You will have a genuine interest in promoting business development opportunities and/or activities and be able to demonstrate an ability to build effective and positive relationships with both clients and colleagues that embrace the importance of trust and collaboration.
This is a great opportunity to join a progressive and forward thinking Firm where clients recommend us because of the quality of our people and the depth of experience across the whole team. This position offers the opportunity for cross-office working in an agile environment.
As a firm this firm are committed to supporting people across all levels to achieve the balance they need. Flexible working is something they can definitely offer.
For more information contact Catherine Knowles at Search Legal on 0203 151 2151 or at Catherine.firstname.lastname@example.org
Search is an equal opportunities recruiter and we welcome applications from all suitably skilled or qualified applicants, regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/beliefs, sexual orientation or age.