A well-established Yorkshire law firm requires a skilled Chartered Legal Executive or Fee Earner specialising in Private Client work to join their successful team. You will hit the ground running with your own broad caseload under minimum supervision. With full autonomy over your own caseload, this certainly is not a role to be missed.
Our client has been established for over seventy years and, with offices across the region, is a huge player on the Yorkshire legal market. Their strong reputation attracts high quality work and a reputable client base. Those looking to make their next career move are encouraged to apply.
-The role will require you to work across two of our client's branch offices in Guiseley and Horsforth.
-You will run your own mixed caseload of Private Client matters, covering wills, trusts, probate and lasting powers of attorney.
-There will be limited supervision in this role and you will have full autonomy over your files.
-The role is due to expansion and so there will be existing work for you to pick up, as well as the opportunity to bring more work to the team.
-In order to be considered, you must have demonstrable experience working across a broad range of Private Client matters, as well as a genuine enthusiasm for this practice area.
-The role has minimum supervision and so you must be able to take full autonomy over your caseload.
-Ideally, you will have a strong knowledge of the local area and have worked in the Yorkshire market previously. Your application will also stand out if you have Residential Conveyancing experience.
-The role would suit an experienced fee earner looking to establish themselves in the Private Client field.
-High quality work
How to Apply:
If you would to apply for this role or receive the full job description then contact Kim Wilkes in our Chartered Legal Executive and Paralegal division. Alternatively, if you would like to hear about the other opportunities we have then please visit our website or contact one of our consultants.
- Private Client
- Legal Executive
- West Yorkshire