Our client, an award-winning Yorkshire law firm, is looking for a Private Client Solicitor with NQ-2 PQE to join their team in Leeds.
This is an excellent opportunity for a solicitor looking for a rewarding role that will allow them the freedom and autonomy to do a fantastic job.
While this is a full-time role, if you’d like to like to work part-time or would prefer a hybrid working arrangement, the firm is open to considering this for the right candidate.
If personal growth is important to you, you’ll be supported in your learning and have access to plenty of career development opportunities including professional qualifications and memberships.
Our client is a 100% employee-owned business, providing stability and job security for all of its lawyers. This means that after one year of service, you’ll become a beneficiary and be entitled to a tax-free share of the profits.
On top of this, you’ll receive a competitive salary and package of benefits including a generous holiday allowance, a health cash plan and free legal services.
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’ above.
Alternatively, to learn more about this opportunity or to register your interest, contact Sarah Cortez on the email above.
Sarah 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, she recruits for private client roles at all levels, from paralegal to partner. If you’re a private client solicitor looking to make a move, Sarah can help you find the right role.
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