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8 months ago
Douglas Scott Legal Recruitment
Salary: £60000 - £90000 per annum + Good Package
Location: London, London City, South West London
Job type: Permanent
Job sector: Private Practice
Experience: PQE 1, PQE 2, PQE 3, PQE 4, PQE 5
Contact: Alex Groom
Sector: Private Client, Litigation, Asset Management, Wills and Probate
Category: Associate Jobs, Fee Earner Jobs, Lawyer Jobs, Solicitor Jobs

Associate Solicitor - Wills, Trusts & Estates Dispute / Contentious Probate

Central London

Salary negotiable

An excellent opportunity with a top tier firm for a lawyer to join the Private Client department specialising in Will, Trust & Estate Dispute / Contentious Probate. The firm are looking to really grow and expand their Private Client department, so this a great opportunity for an ambitious Solicitor to progress their career.

This is an opportunity for an Associate Solicitor with 1-5 years PQE who is looking to specialise in Contentious Probate with a highly regarded City quality law firm working from their Central London office.

The firm are ideally looking for an ambitious litigation lawyer who has trained at a City or a top regional firm and who wants to progress their career working in the niche field of contentious probate. On offer is an exciting role with quality work, that will cover disputed Wills, Trusts & Estates etc. You will be part of a top team with ranked individuals who will help you progress and develop quickly.

If you are an experienced Wills, Trusts & Estates Dispute / Contentious Probate Solicitor who is looking to join an exceptional Top 100 firm in Central London, in a highly reputable department, with quality work, and a great remuneration package, then apply now!

For more information contact Alex Groom onor alex.groom@douglas-scott.co.uk

Douglas Scott is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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