Experienced Family Solicitor – Wimbledon Village

We are seeking a full time, experienced family solicitor to head up and further develop the family department in our Wimbledon office, handling a mixed caseload including, divorce and financial remedy, private law children matters, cohabitee disputes and pre-nuptial agreements, with at least eight years’ PQE.

You will be good at building and maintaining strong relationships with clients and colleagues, taking the lead role in promoting the department and securing new work.  The ideal candidate will be ambitious and have previous experience of business development and managing a team.

You will also be well-presented, given the level of client interaction, have great attention to detail, good IT skills and a pleasant and professional manner.  A Family Panel or Resolution accredited specialist would be an advantage.

The working environment is friendly and supportive.

Salary negotiable based on experience. Benefits include: a generous holiday allowance; pension; private medical; death in service cover; Cycle to Work scheme; social events and an annual subsidised ski trip (subject to Covid).

Please send your CV and a covering letter to [email protected].

Please note the contents contained in this article are for general guidance only and reflection the position at time of posting. Legal advice should be sought before taking action in relation to specific matters.

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