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Part-time Private Client Solicitor

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Due to an exciting influx of work, our client is looking for a solicitor with 5+ years PQE and experience working on trusts matters to join their Legal 500 private client team.

This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced lawyer looking for a role that will allow them to continue to develop their skills and expertise but not at the expense of their work-life balance. You will be able to work remotely from home for much of the week.

The firm are also considering lawyers who would like to work part-time over three or four days.

Our client is one of South Yorkshire’s most well-established and well-thought-of law firms, dealing with the full spectrum of personal and commercial legal services.

You’ll join a talented and personable private client team, and work alongside several STEP-qualified lawyers and a Partner to handle a varied and interesting caseload, often on behalf of HNW individuals and families.

The firm takes a professional yet down-to-earth approach and really looks after its staff. It promotes a healthy work/life balance through a reduced-hours week and flexible/home working, so you’ll be able to fit your work around your personal commitments.

Pay is competitive and you’ll also receive a mix of benefits, including a number of wellbeing initiatives including discounted gym membership and an employee assistance programme. You’ll also benefit from discounted legal fees and a generous annual leave allowance.

How to apply for this Private Client 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 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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Key details


£50,000 - £60,000


  • West Yorkshire

Role type

  • Hybrid working

Contract type

  • Part time

Practice area

Private Client

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Bill Szajna-Hopgood

Consultant for this role

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

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