Child Panel Solicitor

  • Job Reference: BH-36628
  • Date Posted: 3 May 2024
  • Recruiter: Law Staff
  • Location: Leicester
  • Remote Working: Some remote working possible
  • Salary: £45,000 to £50,000
  • Sector: Childcare
  • Personnel Type: Solicitor

Job Description

Elevate your legal career by joining a distinguished Childcare Team in Leicester, renowned for their dedication to guiding clients through the complexities of pre-proceedings, care proceedings, and adoptions with empathy, professionalism, and clarity. This esteemed team is inviting a Children Panel Solicitor to enhance their Leicester office's growth and development, offering a chance to cultivate a personal caseload and advance professionally within a supportive environment.

The role promises a blend of autonomy and collaboration, requiring a candidate who thrives in both independent management of cases and as an integral part of a cohesive unit. The successful solicitor will join a cadre of esteemed Children Panel Solicitors across their Midlands offices, backed by a cadre of skilled support staff.

Located in the vibrant heart of the city their Leicester office provides a hybrid working arrangement, accommodating court commitments and ensuring a balanced professional life. The ideal candidate will bring to the table Children Panel accreditation, a robust existing caseload, and a willingness to undertake their advocacy. A history of proven billing, outstanding case management abilities, and a thorough understanding of Legal Aid Agency and SRA regulatory requirements are also essential.

Candidates should exhibit a strong team spirit while also demonstrating the capacity to handle their caseload independently. This role is not merely a job but a pathway to personal and professional growth, surrounded by a team dedicated to excellence and the well-being of their clients.

For those ready to take the next step in their legal career with a team that values expertise and compassion, an informal initial conversation awaits. Please reach out to Law Staff to explore this engaging role further and discover how your skills and experience can contribute to the vital work of supporting families and children during challenging times.


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