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Solicitor - Family Team

Solicitor - Family Team

  • The company has been ranked in the Sunday Times' Best 100 Companies to Work For list for the last 4 years!
  • Your work will encompass all aspects of family work but will focus mainly on children and injunctive matters, so previous experience in this area will be highly desirable.
  • You will need to have a flexible approach and the ability to work within a team environment, and the ability to run your own caseload.
  • The position would suit someone who is highly organised, accurate, proactive and committed to meeting deadlines while remaining calm under pressure.
  • You will have excellent interpersonal and communication skills and a focus on exceptional client care.
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Stephens Scown Solicitors LLP 2018.

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