Job: Private Client Lawyer

9th January 2023
Bury St Edmunds, United Kingdom
Job Type
Type of Lawyer
  • Solicitor
£35000 - £55000 per annum
Work Hours
Reference No:
Start Date
2023-01-09 00:00:00
Area of Law
  • Private Client
Contact Email
Greg Whittaker
Contact Phone
0161 961 9000
East Anglia


Private Client Solicitor/Legal Executive - Bury St Edmunds

One of the strongest private teams in East Anglia is looking to add to their private client team with the recruitment of a solicitor, legal executive.

Lawyers at all levels of PQE are encouraged to get in touch as there are  opportunities at different levels.  The team deals with the broad range of private client matters including wills, probate, LPAs, tax and trust planning.

They enjoy a top rate reputation in  this area of law and so are able to attract a steady stream of good quality work into the team.

This is an excellent chance to continue your career within one of the areas leading firms so this could be of equal interest to junior lawyers looking to give their career an early boost by continuing to develop alongside some of the best private client lawyers in the area or alternatively more senior lawyers looking to find a stable and strong team in order to continue their career 

The salary for this role will be based on experience as part of one of the best benefits packages on the market including things such as bonuses, pension, extremely generous annual leave allowance and much more.

This is a firm that enjoys a top rate reputation for the work that they do and the way that they treat their staff. This leads to a low staff turnover and lawyers within the practice staying for many years. Several of the firms senior lawyers began as trainees or junior lawyers at the firm which speaks volume for the opportunities that they are able to offer for advancing within the firm. 

Please apply ASAP to be considered for this position or get in touch with Greg at QED legal.

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