Private Practice

Immigration Solicitor

Immigration Solicitor

  • Our Private Client and Tax team are looking for an ambitious senior immigration lawyer to help set up the Firm’s immigration practice and expand the Firm’s Private Client offering.
  • The role will particularly suit an experienced immigration lawyer who has had experience of working with clients in the ultra-high net worth space and understands the importance of a tailored customer service.
  • The role will also suit an individual who regularly acts as first port of call for the client and is able to take the lead on cases.
  • You will have direct responsibility for the provision of comprehensive legal advice, including end-to-end case management. You will be managing and developing client relationships and providing advice on complex UK immigration matters.
  • A broad range of previous high-quality immigration practice experience is essential.

Winckworth Sherwood LLP

Winckworth Sherwood is a fast growing full service commercial firm headquartered in London with a focus on exceptional client service and a commercial approach.

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