Private Client Solicitor

Tunbridge Wells – £35,000 - £45,000

Private Client Solicitor / FCILEx - Tunbridge Wells, Kent

A long established law firm with several offices in the area are looking for a Private Client Solicitor for their growing team in Tunbridge Wells, Kent.

Joining a busy and growing department, your role as the Private Client Lawyer will be to manage a varied caseload of all aspects of private client including Wills, LPAs, Probate, Tax and Trusts.

You must be a Private Client Solicitor or Legal Executive, likely with 2-5yrs PQE in handling your own caseload.

On offer is a competitive salary/package in line with market rate (negotiable depending on level of experience).

Apply now to be considered for this Private Client Solicitor / FCILEx opportunity in Tunbridge Wells, Kent.

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Jamie Chinnock

Senior Recruitment Consultant
0203 846 3071

Jamie joined Douglas Scott in 2020 as part of the London & South East team focusing on recruiting legal professionals across Sussex and Kent. He recruits for a range of law firms from high street, boutique, Legal 500, Top 200 and national practices. Jamie places candidates at all levels from Secretarial/Support, Paralegals, Legal Executives, Solicitors and Partners. He prides himself of building long term relationships with both clients and candidates alike and is known for his consultative, honest and tailored approach. Prior to joining Douglas Scott, Jamie worked for another national legal recruitment specialist for 7 years where he placed hundreds of Solicitors across the South East, North West and Australia. Jamie’s recruitment career dates back to 2005 where he spent 8 years within the Commercial Finance/Corporate Banking sector, prior to specialising in legal.

Job Spec:

  • Area of Law: Wills & Probate Law, Tax, Trusts & Estates Law
  • Type: Solicitor / FILEX
  • Salary: £35,000 - £45,000
  • Term: Permanent
  • Location: Tunbridge Wells
  • Reference: 45383

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