We are looking to appoint an experienced Family Solicitor to work within a busy department dealing with divorce, civil partnership, co-habitation breakdown, all aspects of financial matters including TOLATA, pre-nuptial agreements, co-habitation agreements, private children law (privately paying), injunction advice and applications, and advocacy. Child abduction experience would be a bonus.
With proven experience in this area (PQE 3yrs +) a solicitor that is Resolution accredited or a member of the Family Law Advanced panel would be preferred. Previous experience in acting as a supervisor for Legal Assistants also required, along with a willingness to promote the department through marketing and networking events.
Your ability to operate within a Lexcel accredited company whilst demonstrating commerciality, flexibility, adaptability, professionalism and excellent customer service are pre-requisites for this role.
You will be required to assist with the development of the Family department across multiple locations. Pro-active networking is part of this role, therefore strong contacts across the local market combined with a commercial instinct, first rate client facing skills, communication and interpersonal skills must be demonstrated.
To be a successful candidate you must understand the compliance regimes associated with a modern law firm, and will have sound commercial acumen enabling you to understand not just the legal issues, but the commercial objectives underpinning them.
Travel between offices will be required therefore a clean driving license and the use of a car is essential.
This role would suit a self motivated individual who is looking to progress a career in a fast moving Commercial environment, who can demonstrate excellent IT skills and works well under pressure. Previous experience of using a case management system is essential and you will demonstrate a flexible and pro-active approach to problem solving.
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