PRIVATE CLIENT SOLICITOR
Sewell Mullings Logie LLP are seeking an experienced Private Client Solicitor to join its highly regarded Estates and Trusts Team.
The ideal candidate will have at least 5 years private client PQE, Full STEP membership and a proven background in good quality and HNW private client matters. The caseload at our Firm is diverse and will include long term estate and capital tax planning and regular review, trust, wills and probate work.
Experience of senior associate level work would be preferred, but not essential.
Specialised knowledge of Capital Gains Tax and Inheritance Tax would be looked on favourably, particularly if the solicitor has a working knowledge of Agricultural and Business Property Reliefs. There will be opportunity to market these skills and acquire new clients within the Cotswolds.
We would welcome applications from candidates with real enthusiasm for private client work who are looking to take the next step in their career and develop their expertise. We offer the prospect of partnership to those fee earners in the Firm who naturally attract a client following and wish to be considered.
This private client opportunity will provide the successful candidate with an excellent opportunity to progress their career while managing a quality and varied caseload.
A competitive salary and other benefits will be offered to the successful candidate.
Note to agencies: Please note that this role is not open to agencies. Any applications received from agencies will considered as direct applications, therefore fees will not apply – thank you.
Apply by email with CV attached to:
Mrs Carol Morris: email@example.com
We are always keen to hear from those who are interested in joining our team. To be considered for a role at Sewell Mullings Logie, please send a covering letter and CV to Rachel Wooddisse by e-mail and your information will be kept on our files for consideration when a suitable vacancy occurs.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
We aim to be an equal opportunity employer and are determined to ensure that no applicant or employee receives less favourable treatment.
Diversity Data can be provided on request.