Mental Health Fee Earner - Job Vacancy

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  • Location: City of London, England
  • Salary: £23,000.00 - £40,000.00 per annum
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  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Date Added: 7/4/2018 3:01:16 PM
  • Start Date: ASAP
Mental Health Fee Earner

City of London, Legal 500 firm

This firm values work-life balance and has one of the highest staff retention rates around. While many firms have had to scale back legal aid departments, this firm are thriving and continuing to grow. They have both public and privately funded arms of the business and now have over 100 members of staff. The firm has a lovely working atmosphere where people really enjoy coming into work.

You will join the regarded Mental Health department dealing with an interesting and broad range of matters working with some of the most experienced lawyers within this area in the country. You will ideally have panel membership, although if you do not have this yet but are eligible please do apply as the firm will support you in obtaining this accreditation.

You will be a Solicitor, FCILEX, CILEX or experienced Paralegal. You will be at such a point where you can apply for panel membership. Salary is negotiable depending on your level of experience although up to £38k.

This is an excellent opportunity for a Mental Health Panel Member to join a leading Legal 500 firm based in the heart of the City, apply now for immediate consideration or feel free to give me a call for a confidential conversation!



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