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Court of Protection Lawyer

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  • Four days from home
  • Inclusive and award-winning Yorkshire law firm
  • Top-of-the-market salary

A highly respected and dynamic Yorkshire law firm is looking for a Court of Protection Lawyer to join its well-established team in York.

Whether you’re a solicitor, legal executive or fee-earner or paralegal – as long as you can hit the ground running with a varied Court of Protection caseload, there’s no minimum requirement in terms of years of experience for this role.

Day-to-day, you’ll handle mainly property and finance work but will also have the chance to deal with some health and welfare matters if you wish to develop your expertise in this area.

You’ll have plenty of room to progress as the firm will invest in your development from day one, setting you up for a fantastic career in Court of Protection.

The firm offers unrivalled flexibility to its team; not only will you be able to work from home for 80% of the week, but you’ll have lots of flexibility around the hours you work.

The firm is award-winning in the Yorkshire Legal Market and is one of the fastest-growing companies of all sectors in the region. It’s also extremely inclusive, with women making up 70% of the firm and a significant proportion of the leadership team.

If you’re looking for a supportive and progressive law firm that will champion your development and allow you to have an extremely healthy work-life balance, this might just be the opportunity for you.

How to apply for this Court of Protection Lawyer role

If this sounds like the job for you, you can apply via this website by clicking ‘Apply’.

Alternatively, to learn more about this opportunity or to register your interest, contact Bill Szajna Hopgood at Realm Recruit.

Bill is an Associate Consultant at Realm and specialises in the recruitment of private client, Court of Protection and contentious probate lawyers. Working with departments across Yorkshire, he recruits for private client roles at all levels, from paralegal to partner. If you’re a private client solicitor looking to make a move, Bill can help you find the right role.

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Key details


£35,000 - £50,000


  • North Yorkshire

Role type

  • Hybrid working

Contract type

  • Permanent

Practice area

Court of Protection

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Bill Szajna-Hopgood

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Specialist for private client, Court of Protection and contentious probate lawyers in Yorkshire.

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