Private Client Lawyer

  • Job Reference: W/28270
  • Date Posted: 13 May 2024
  • Recruiter: Alford & Bishop
  • Location: Hertfordshire
  • Salary: £38,000 to £60,000
  • Bonus/Benefits: Excellent Package
  • Sector: Private Client
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Work Hours: Full Time

Job Description

Private Client Lawyer
Hertfordshire
£38,000 - £60,000
W/28270

Private Client Lawyer – This major regional law firm, who is ranked in the Legal 500 and specialises in wealth management are now in need of a further Private Client Lawyer to join their award-winning team. They are interested in seeing the CV’s of candidates with experience ranging from NQ – 3 years PQE.  

About the Role  
The successful candidate will need to show a good understanding and knowledge of taking basic and complex Wills, LPA’s, POA, probate, administration of estates and be looking to broaden their knowledge in trusts and tax.

Candidate Requirements
You will need to be a good team player, self-sufficient, motivated with the ability to work in a busy fast-moving environment, as well as articulate and able to deal with clients from a broad demographic. They are also keen to see candidates looking to work towards STEP.

On Offer
On offer is a generous salary and highly attractive benefits package that includes, 25 days holiday, BUPA cash plan, private pension, various bonus schemes, critical illness insurance, travel loans and free legal services for you and your spouse. This firm supports and encourages it’s people to continually develop their careers, leading to fantastic future career opportunities with them. They are firm believers of being able to offer a good work life balance.

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