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Family Care Solicitor

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  • Fantastic learning opportunity working for two Partners
  • Entry onto the Care panel
  • Great for those looking for a highly reputable firm closer to home in Lancashire
  • Hybrid working
  • Super generous leave allowance
  • Legal 500 team

A Legal 500 regional law firm is looking for a Family Care Solicitor to join its highly respected team in central Lancashire.

The role comes with the ability to work from home for part of your week and a clear progression pathway as part of a large, growing team. The firm will support your career aspirations and entry onto the Care panel., adding significantly to your market value.

This is a fantastic learning opportunity, as you’ll be working directly for two very experienced care Partners, who are both on the panel, as part of a care team of 15+ specialists and wider family teams of 30+ specialists.

This is very sizeable in the market and therefore gives you the opportunity to learn from lots of different professionals with various specialisms. Working within this team will certainly help you understand where you’d like your specialism to sit in the future.

The benefits package that comes with this role is out of this world. It includes a whopping 33 days annual leave, plus the opportunity to buy more and your birthday off, enhanced pension, healthcare, and enhanced parental leave.

This opportunity will give you the rare opportunity to make a name for yourself in the market and do city-centre quality work without the long commute.

How to apply for this Family Care Solicitor 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 Michaela Baddeley at Realm Recruit.

Michaela is an Associate Consultant at Realm and specialises in the recruitment of family lawyers in Merseyside, Lancashire and Cheshire West. Working with family teams across the region, she recruits for family law roles at all levels, from paralegal to partner. If you’re a family solicitor looking to make a move, Michaela can help you take your next step.

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£40,000 - £45,000


  • Lancashire

Role type

  • Hybrid working

Contract type

  • Permanent

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Michaela Baddeley

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Specialist for family and care lawyers in Merseyside, Lancashire and West Cheshire.

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