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Court of Protection Solicitor

Court of Protection Solicitor

Location: Client's offices across UK, 1) Aldershot 2) Somerset 3) Isle of Wight 4) Oldham 5) St Neot, Cambridge

Salary: £40k to £55k pa depending on experience.



Hours: Full-time

The Company:

Our Client is an independent law firm regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (Law Society of England & Wales) and specialise in all aspects of UK Immigration law.

Our client's legal team across the UK provides actionable advice and support to individuals, private and public companies, international businesses, and high net-worth individuals on all aspects of commercial law, mental health, employment and immigration.

Our client legal team have developed a strong reputation helping clients in family law, marital disputes & separation.

We're committed to advising you with meaningful support, helping you, your family achieve the best outcome

The Role:

An excellent opportunity has arisen for a Court of Protection Solicitor (2+ years of experience) to join our clients Court of Protection and Human Rights Department based in Aldershot.

The successful candidate will focus on the firm's busy Court of Protection caseload and will be able to take on existing Court of Protection matters, including proceedings under s.16 and s.21A MCA 2005, deputyship work, Lasting Powers of Attorneys and DoLS.

The successful candidate will also be expected to regularly work with the Official Solicitor and help build up and develop the support team.

This could be a great opportunity for an ambitious lawyer to take on or grow into a leadership role for a firm that has an excellent reputation and an established market presence.

Applications are invited from experienced Court of Protection Solicitors who are looking for an opportunity to progress their career in a highly regarded firm.



Particularly, solicitors with experience in Child Proceedings are encouragedand strong Private Client solicitors who have handled Court