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Private Client Solicitor

Private Client Solicitor

  • Location

    Manchester

  • Sector:

    Legal, Private Client

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    £40,000 - £50,000

  • Contact:

    Laura-Kate Davies

  • Contact email:

    laura.kate@kingsleyrecruitment.co.uk

  • Job ref:

    LKD16815

  • Published:

    8 months ago

  • Expiry date:

    2017-03-02

I am delighted to be working with a top 40 defendant law firm in Manchester city centre who are looking to employ a private client solicitor to join their new swanky Manchester office.

The firm is a Top 40 legal practice, which offers a multi-sectored service which includes insurance, marine, employment, family, regulatory, corporate and commercial. This firm has won many outstanding awards over the years and it just keeps winning more! Most recently, the firm has been recognised as the leading legal employer at the annual Britain's Top Employers awards

The Manchester city centre new offices will be based in the heart of the commercial district. The new office will be promoting agile and flexible working which will mean you will be able to work from home some of the working week subject to client requirement.

The private client department is highly respected in the legal industry and have team of fantastic private client lawyers. The team includes fully qualified members of STEP too.

The role

The role will involve managing a varied caseload of private client matters. The caseload will include high value and technical probate matters and estate planning for high net worth individuals. Duties will also include advising on financial affairs, visiting clients, assisting with other members caseload as and when required, achieving the set targets and complying with the client’s policies and procedures.

The ideal candidate will be a qualified solicitor NQ – 4 years PQE. It would be an advantage if the candidate is STEP qualified or working towards this qualification.

Are you up for the job?