Child Care Fee-Earner NS161

Child Care Fee-Earner NS161

Area of Law: Child Care Law

Salary: Up to £35,000 per annum

Terms: Full-time

Location: Stoke-on-Trent

Reference: NS161

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The firm

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join a long-established, Lexcel-accredited firm based in Stoke-on-Trent. Its growing team of specialists provides advice on many areas of law, including family and children law, criminal litigation, mental health law, wills and probate, personal injury, medical negligence and property law.

The opportunity

You will be joining the firm’s Care team, which has over 15 years’ experience in this specialist field. The Head of Department has a Law Society Children Law accreditation and the firm is able to represent all parties in care proceedings. You will help to bolster and grow the firm’s care practice, enabling it to continue to offer a sensitive and personal service to clients to help them through one of the most difficult times of their lives.

About you

To be considered for this position, you must:

  • Have 5+ years’ experience of handling child care proceedings;
  • Be a qualified Solicitor or a Chartered Legal Executive;
  • Have a Law Society Children Law accreditation; and
  • Ideally have a client following (desirable but not essential).
In return

The firm is offering a competitive salary of up to £35,000 per annum (negotiable depending on experience), plus bonuses based on performance and attendance. This is an excellent opportunity with an immediate start, offering the right candidate excellent prospects for career progression in a growing practice. Parking is available at the firm’s office.

To apply, please submit your CV to or call Matthew Sillett on 07827 816330 to enquire further.

Lex Conscientia
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