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Private Client Lawyer (Head of Department)

Posted 23 February by Heat Recruitment Easy Apply Featured Ended

Head of Private Client

London

£45,000 - £55,000 DOE

The Client:

A boutique, West-End law firm that have a varied, international client base. The firm currently specialise in high-end real estate matters and private client work.

The Opportunity:

There is the opportunity for a senior Private Client Lawyer to join the team and drive the desk forward. Currently, there is one part-time Consultant taking on their own Wills, Trusts, Tax and Probate caseload. The firm are planning to invest in this department and require a driven individual to head up this department.

The management team can offer support when it comes to developing the desk. There is the potential to work towards Partnership with the firm in the long-run.

What will you need to proceed?

You will be an experienced Private Client Solicitor with several years’ experience gained at a leading firm

A specialism in Tax Planning will be beneficial

An existing client base would be preferred but applicants with the guile to create new business will be considered

STEP qualification or willingness to work towards this

What next?

Apply today to be considered for this opportunity. If suitable, one of our specialist consultants will be in contact to discuss the opportunity with you in detail prior to submitting your CV to the client. In this discussion, we will aim to identify your specific skills and motivations, and where appropriate recommend other relevant opportunities to you that match your requirements.

Additionally, refer a friend or colleague to us and receive £200 in vouchers if we assist them in securing a new career.

Job Synonyms

Wills Lawyer, Probate Lawyer, Private Client Practitioner, Private Client Lawyer, Private Client Solicitor, Probate Solicitor, Wills Solicitor, Tax Solicitor, Tax Lawyer

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