Private Practice

Family Law Solicitor

Family Law Solicitor

  • About the Firm: About the Firm: Irwin Mitchell is a firm of solicitors in the United Kingdom, established in Sheffield in 1912. The firm now has 14 offices across 14 British cities.
  • About the role: We are looking for a qualified Family Law Solicitor with 5+ years PQE starting as soon as practical.
  • Looking for: We are looking to secure your expertise, experience and rounded client service skills you possess to empathise with a wide range of clients in order to resolve the most sensitive and complicated practicalities involved in family break-ups.
  • Opportunities: This is a superb opportunity to develop your skills within a highly established and innovative department and to work alongside leading solicitors and experts on a stimulating mix of high quality privately-funded cases.
  • And more: You will be committed to team work, and crucially have a proven track record in business development and networking to help in developing and building a successful Family Law Team at the top of the market.

Irwin Mitchel LLP

Irwin Mitchell is unlike any other law firm. Nationally acclaimed, with a strong international capability, we offer a broad range of legal services to national and international organisations and institutions, small and medium-sized businesses and private individuals.

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