Private Practice

Family Law Associate

Family Law Associate

  • About the Firm: Birketts is a full service, top 100 UK law firm, operating in Cambridge, Chelmsford, Ipswich, Norwich and the surrounding areas.
  • About the role: This is a fantastic opportunity to join a dynamic market leading team dealing with high quality work. We are looking for a Solicitor or Associate to cover a broad range of work. The position will involve work with minimal supervision but in a supportive manner, on a broad range of matters and running files involving but not limited to the above legal areas.
  • Looking For: Among your many attributes, we are looking to secure your expertise as a solicitor / Associate of 3-6 years PQE + gained in Family law within a strong regional or City firm; your strong academic background; your high attention to detail to produce work/ documentation which is consistently of a high standard; and your flexible approach to work to ensure client deadlines are always met and clients are communicated with on a consistent and regular basis.
  • Opportunities: The opportunities afforded to you will include, but not be limited to, Running and managing files and delegating as appropriate; High Court Litigation as well as mediation; advocacy, where appropriate; supporting the team Partners and team on larger and more complex matters; interacting directly with clients and managing their expectations; and business Development.
  • And more: We act for many high-net-worth individuals across East Anglia, London and overseas, with notable expertise in complex finance and children matters. Skilled in drafting bespoke prenuptial and postnuptial agreements. Family disputes including litigation, mediation, arbitration and collaborative law.

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