Private Practice

Private Client Lawyer

Private Client Lawyer

  • Boodle Hatfield is one of the leading Private Client firms in the country and boasts a track record of success
  • It assists clients from both the UK & overseas, ranging from busy international businesses to traditional landed estates
  • You will advise on tax planning for high net worth individuals, trustees, landed estates, and entrepreneurs
  • Excellent academics are key, as is experience at City or West End firms. UK tax planning experience is advantageous
  • The ideal candidate will be a proactive self-starter with a keen interest in business development and networking

Boodle Hatfield LLP

Boodle Hatfield LLP is a highly successful law firm which has been in business since 1722. We act for wealthy individuals, families, property owners and businesses in the United Kingdom and internationally. Our offices are in London Mayfair, London Bankside and Oxford.

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Number of Lawyers: 50+

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