Private Client Lawyer

  • Job Reference: W/27536
  • Date Posted: 20 March 2024
  • Recruiter: Alford & Bishop
  • Location: Kent
  • Salary: £42,000 to £50,000
  • Bonus/Benefits: Career Development
  • Sector: Private Client
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Work Hours: Full Time

Job Description

Private Client Lawyer
Kent
£42,000 - £50,000
W/27536

Private Client Lawyer - This highly regarded regional law firm, with an outstanding reputation is now looking for a further Private Client Lawyer, either Solicitor or Legal Executive to join their busy team at their Kent offices.

About the Role
This dynamic department practising across several offices is now looking to appoint an ambitious Private Client Lawyer to handle a busy caseload on behalf of M-HNW clients. This is a standalone role; however, you will work closely with the entire private client team across all offices. The successful candidate will be responsible for developing and progressing their caseload, consisting of, Wills, Trust and Tax Planning, Probate and Contentious Probate

Candidate Requirements
They are ideally looking for a candidate with at least 2+ years’ experience of managing a similar caseload within a top regional practice. You will be expected to deliver clear and quality advice, have excellent organisational skills and the ability to deliver exceptional client care.

On offer
This is an exciting opportunity for an aspiring private client lawyer looking to further their career in a friendly, successful firm who pride themselves on their specialist knowledge and client care skills. In return they offer a competitive salary, benefits package, and excellent career development opportunities.

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