Our client, a well-established, successful and growing Yorkshire firm, is looking for a 3+ PQE family solicitor to join its team.
While you'll be mainly based in the firm’s Barnsley office (it has two other offices across Yorkshire), you’ll be able to work from home for one day each week.
Working as part of an experienced family team, you’ll deal with a mix of private and legal aid work and you will also have the opportunity to get involved in care work if you want to. You will also do your own advocacy work and will have the support of a personal secretary.
You will run the legal aid offering, so this is a fantastic opportunity to step up and really make a difference within the team.
You’ll command a salary of between £40,000 and £60,000 and will enjoy a competitive holiday allowance along with a generous car insurance allowance.
Whether you’re an associate looking to take a step up or a more senior lawyer or partner looking to make a change if you’d like to expand your skills and progress your career at a down-to-earth and friendly firm, get in touch today to hear more about this opportunity.
How to apply for this Family Solicitor role
If this sounds like the job for you, you can apply via this website by clicking ‘Apply’.
Alternatively, to learn more about this opportunity or to register your interest, contact Lucy Wickham at Realm Recruit.
Lucy is an Associate Consultant at Realm and specialises in recruiting family solicitors across Yorkshire. She works with family departments at firms of all shapes and sizes in Leeds, York, Harrogate and Huddersfield. If you are looking for a new position, Lucy is ready to help you make a move.
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