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NQ Family Solicitor

NQ Family Solicitor

  • About the Firm: We have ranked on the Sunday Times Top 100 Companies to Work For in five consecutive years!
  • About the role: We are seeking a legal advisor to work in the Family team in our St Austell Office.
  • Looking For: You will need to have a flexible approach and the ability to work within a team environment. You will be a quick learner and have the ability take on a varied and challenging workload. You will have excellent interpersonal and communication skills and a focus on exceptional client care. With time you will be expected to develop your ability to run your own caseload.
  • Opportunities: This is an excellent opportunity for someone who is looking for their first step into family practice area. Your work will encompass all aspects of family work but will focus mainly on supporting senior lawyers with children and injunctive matters. Previous experience in family matters is not essential as all training will be provided.
  • And more: The position would suit someone who is highly organised, accurate, proactive and committed to meeting deadlines while remaining calm under pressure. Excellent all-round communication skills, professional telephone manner and attention to detail is essential.
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