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Private Client Solicitor

Job description

This Top 200 UK law firm is seeking to appoint a Private Client Solicitor to its growing Private Client team. Based across East Anglia, you have the opportunity to be based out of either the Cambridgeshire or Hertfordshire offices, as both Private Client teams are growing.

You will work as part of a recognised and specialist private client team, advising on the preparation of wills, wealth protection and inheritance tax planning, the administration of complex estates, inheritance, and trust services and on all elderly client matters. Your clients will include individuals locally and further afield, including some of High Net Worth.

The successful candidate will:

  • Be ideally between NQ - 6 years PQE
  • Have post-qualification experience in Private Client matters
  • Keen to get involved in business development and building their own local connections

On offer is an opportunity to work for a reputable and recognised private client practice, noted within the Legal 500. In addition, you'll receive a competitive salary, and benefits which include a day's holiday on your birthday, discounted gym memberships, cycle to work scheme and a free charitable day off per year.

If you wish to confidentially discuss this opportunity for an private client solicitor, please contact Emma Delli-Bovi.

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