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Court of Protection Solicitor

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  • A top of market salary
  • Progression opportunities
  • Hybrid working model with 4 days from home

A forward-thinking Greater Manchester law firm is seeking a Court of Protection Solicitor with 4-8 PQE to enhance their dedicated team. The firm is respected for its inclusive and nurturing work environment, offering a rich landscape for professional growth.

In return for your expertise, the role brings a top-of-market salary and the flexibility to work remotely up to four days per week. This is an opportunity for those who are passionate about advocating for vulnerable adults, with a clear pathway to making a tangible impact in your field.

As a Court of Protection Solicitor, your contribution will be vital in ensuring that the rights and welfare of clients are at the forefront. You’ll engage in a variety of duties, from attending and advising clients to drafting court applications and managing your caseload with the utmost efficiency. This role is a chance to develop both personally and professionally in a firm committed to your growth.

To succeed, you’ll need to demonstrate experience in advocacy, case management, and the ability to maintain high levels of organisation under pressure. Your sensitive and empathetic nature will enable you to manage complex matters with discretion, and a UK driving licence is essential to meet client needs across various settings.

If you’re seeking a position that promises both professional development and a healthy work-life balance within a supportive framework, this is where your search ends.

How to apply for this role

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

Alternatively, contact Kelly Reid at Realm Recruit to learn more about this opportunity or to register your interest.

Kelly is an Associate Director at Realm. Working exclusively within private client, contentious probate and court of protection recruitment, she works with law firms of all sizes across the North West, from private client boutiques to multi-service national firms. Kelly’s in-depth market knowledge and contacts enable her to match private client solicitors with the right firms and roles for them.

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Key details


£40,000 - £50,000


  • Greater Manchester

Role type

  • Hybrid working

Contract type

  • Permanent

Practice area

Court of Protection

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Kelly Reid

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Specialist for private client, Court of Protection and contentious probate in the North West.

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