Court of Protection Solicitor
This is an excellent opportunity for a Court of Protection Solicitor with at least 3 years PQE to join a Legal 500 private client firm.
Named one of the Sunday Times’ Best Places to Work in 2023, this firm really invests in its talent team, encouraging and supporting employees in their career development.
It has offices across West and North Yorkshire; while this role will be based in either the Bradford office, you’ll have lots of flexibility and will be able to work from home for much of the week.
In this role, you’ll work within an expanding Legal 500 team and will be responsible for a rewarding caseload. You’ll have lots of contact with clients and their families, including those with complex needs and high-value claims.
You’ll also benefit from a fantastic package of benefits including a health cash plan, Perkbox, your birthday off and the ability to purchase extra annual leave.
How to apply for this 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 a 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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£40,000 - £50,000
- West Yorkshire
- Hybrid working
Court of Protection