Children Panel Solicitor

City of London
£36,000 - £45,000
Private Practice
3 - 10+ years experience

Children Panel Solicitor - East London
A rare opportunity has arisen to join a long standing and reputable practice in East London.
The firm have 2 offices and their family department is one of the longest standing overall. Being particularly well known for their Legal Aid family/childcare work, an accredited Children Panel Solicitor is needed due to the ever busy workload and the recent departure of a long standing member of the team.
You will closely alongside the Partner whilst managing your own caseload, along with the associated advocacy in court. This is also being seen as a succession role, with the chance to become Supervisor and even Partner in future.
To be considered for the role, you will need to meet the following specification:

- 3 years' PQE or more
- Children Panel accredited or in a position to gain this within a short space of time
- Able to run your own caseload without supervision
- MUST be capable of carrying out your own advocacy, including at trials

Experience of private family law and an existing following (particularly guardian cases) would be particularly advantageous. 
The salary on offer will be dependent on experience. 
If you're an experienced Family Solicitor, Children Panel accredited and looking for a move, please apply now for immediate consideration.

More information

For more information about this role and to apply, please contact Tom Stafford at G2 Legal on 0207 649 9298 or forward an up to date copy of your CV.

Job reference: TS-227019i

Company Benefits

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    20 days holiday per annum
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    Company Pension Scheme
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    Free/Subsidised Car Parking
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    Bonus Scheme

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