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Childrens Panel Solicitor

Childrens Panel Solicitor

Posted 8 May by Douglas Scott Legal Recruitment
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Childrens Panel Member , Exeter

You :

The firm : The firm are specialists in services to individuals, noted in areas such as criminal law, mental health and childcare. They are on various legal aid contracts and panels and provide an outlet to those clients who really need that help. You could be that named supervisor the firm need in this location. Perhaps you are happy to relocate to a beautiful part of the country. Perhaps you could bring other team colleagues, paralegals, secretaries, the firm are open to that. If you have a folllowing , or your own networks then the firm would like a discussion. Salary can be based on your overall experience. Typically, nationwide, only 5% of the firm's Family Law work is privately funded.

Benefits : A competitive salary and an excellent selection of perks and benefits available.

The role : The firm have a national reach and are now opening a brand new office in Devon. This could be Exeter, Plymouth, Torquay or any suitbale location. This is a really exciting time to join the firm. You would be the senior person in a new location and immediately you become the go to person for the area. It is anticpated there will be a lot of parent / guardian work.

Hybrid work or working from home could be an option in the early days, up until probation, if you liked the idea of this opportunity but would need a few months to organise relocation.

If you would like to take your career in a new direction and would like to hear more about this opportunity - please get in touch !

Reference: 52604875

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