Senior Private Client Solicitor - 5+, South-West
New in! - our client are a leading Legal 100 firm with an enviable reputation for delivering first class legal advice to a broad range of private clients which includes: Landed Estates; HNWI's; Farms, Charities and Private Individuals. This firm is a market leading law firm in the UK who provide an excellent service to their clients and achieve recognised results based on the application of quality, substance and the highest levels of professionalism. Due to growth, the firm are now seeking a high-calibre Private Client Solicitor to join their successful team based in the South-West.
Our client are seeking a Senior Private Wealth Lawyer, 5-8 PQE, to join a busy Private Wealth Team in their South-West office. Technically proven with a good track record of quality training and experience of high grade, complex work including tax from a good quality firm handling first class clients. You will be able to work independently, supervise, delegate and manage.
You will have a consistently good academic record and have trained with a recognised city, regional or national firm before specialising in private client law. You should have a robust grasp of legal concepts and principles and be confident and comfortable in explaining these to your end client in easy to understand terms.
You should have a genuine appetite for business development and marketing and be looking to develop your own client list through these initiatives. An ability to work and manage under pressure is essential - as is a good sense of humour. You will demonstrate excellent communication skills and be able to look clearly at the big picture from a client perspective. We are looking for someone who has management experience and is looking for a mentoring role in addition to fee-earning responsibilities. This is a senior position which brings exceptional partnership prospects with it.
A generous financial package is on offer.
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