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Family Lawyer - Newport

Atkinsons Law

Newport, WA
16 days ago
Newport, WA
£50k Per Year
16 days ago
£50k Per Year
An exciting opportunity at a Solicitors practice in Newport South Wales for an experienced family lawyer to work with partners in their busy private practice, including high net worth clients.
You will be expected to work independently advising clients on all aspects of family law.
Salary up to £50,000.00 per annum.
COVID safety measures are in place, no clients are allowing into the office at the moments, all common areas are sanitized regularly and masks are required to be worn when not at your desk.
Free on site parking is also available. 
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Commercial Litigation Opportunities

Equals One LTD

Leeds, Yorkshire
5 days ago
Leeds, Yorkshire
£26k - £45k Per Year
5 days ago
£26k - £45k Per Year

Commercial Litigation Opportunities

Salary circa 26-45k dependent on level of skills and experience

Leeds LS1

Full Time

Levi solicitors are recruiting to strengthen our Commercial Litigation team of clinical negligence and professional indemnity lawyers. Having over 50 years’ experience advising businesses and individuals on their professional negligence claims we offer a tailored response and will work closely with you to achieve the results you deserve.

We are now looking for a senior experienced Commercial Litigator with at least 5 + years PQE and a newer qualified 2+ years PQE to join our busy team. Working from our offices in Leeds city centre you will be required to deal with a variety of Litigation, Clinical Negligence or Professional Negligence matters from the initial advice and instruction to the preparation and outcome of the claim.

The key tasks will include:

·Seeing clients, taking instructions and offering advice

·Preparing and dealing with cases from inception to conclusion taking full responsibility for those matters allocated to you

·Ensuring records are correctly detailed on the case management system and your files are maintained in a neat and orderly fashion

·Maintaining accurate daily time records of your work and ensuring the accurate billing of matters you have handled

·To be familiar with the current rules relating to professional conduct

·Assisting the senior members of the team when required

The applicants will need to be effective communicators with excellent attention to detail and a strong commercial awareness of current developments. Being strong team players and highly organised you will need to be able to work under pressure to manage your own caseloads and support the team.

Both these positions are full-time positions for which the hours are working Monday to Friday from 9.00am to 5.30pm with one hour for lunch and are based at our offices in Leeds where we adhere to all policies related to Covid-19 to ensure the well-being of our employees.

Benefits include:

·Bonus scheme

·Pension scheme

·23 days holiday plus Bank Holidays

·Dress down Fridays

·Perkbox subscription

The salaries will be circa the market value depending on experience.

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Conveyancer 3 years PQE

legalpaal Group

London, London
6 days ago
London, London
£26k - £32k Per Year
6 days ago
£26k - £32k Per Year
Modern East London practice looking for an experienced property lawyer 3 years PQE min. Must be able to confidently handle residential and commercial conveyancing matters.
Must be familiar with all major Lenders platforms and portals. CPD training and practicing certificate costs as standards and performance-related bonuses after the first 6 months
Immediate start for the right candidate DBS and background check
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Licensed Conveyancer

My Law Matters

Urmston, NW
5 days ago
Urmston, NW
5 days ago

Licensed Conveyancer


Location: Urmston, Manchester - may have some requirements to travel to other locations as and when required.


Salary: £25,000-£30,000 per annum


About the Company:


Fentimans Legal Limited is an established new age innovative practice who has been providing legal services since 1986 with a proven track record for over 3 decades, the business has recently been converted into an alternative business structure (ABS) and launched its national consumer brand My Law Matters, which specialises in multi-disciplinary legal services. https://mylawmatters.co.uk/.


With offices in Solihull, Wolverhampton, Manchester and Waltham Cross our every growing business has dedicated employees to work around the client’s wants and needs.


Our business is innovative, autonomous and on the cusp of an exciting new adventure focusing on people, process, and operations. With the support network of your team your role will be focusing on the end-to-end process of property and implementation of property law. You will work closely with our Legal Management team focusing on the legal matters, financial aspects and queries involved in the transactions of buying and selling residential properties.


If you are looking for a role with growth and opportunity, we can offer you a career with no limits and you can hit the ground running and shine!


In this role, you’ll specialise in property law and will work on behalf of clients buying or selling property (house, flats business premises or land) in England and Wales. You’ll deal with all legal matters, administration, finance and queries involved in a property transaction.


Licensed Conveyancer Responsibilities:


• Work in the best interest of the client
• Research information and communicate with clients and others in person, on the phone, by letter or by email
• Use a computerised case management system, as conveyancing tasks are increasingly being completed online
• Take instructions from clients
• Seek to protect clients interests at all times while taking precautions against potential fraud and money laundering
• Send terms of engagement and estimates of fees and disbursements
• Obtain or check land registry documents or title deeds (if the land is unregistered)
• Draft or check sales contracts and agree terms with the conveyancer acting for the other party to the transaction
• Collate and send or check supporting legal financial documents
• Deal with all financial aspects of a transaction
• Exchange contracts and complete the transaction
• If the property is leasehold, obtain the landlords agreement to the sale or the change of mortgage and deal with appointments of rent and service charges
• Carrying out and checking pre-contract searches by checking whether the property is affected by local authority proposals, leases, easements or covenants, mortgages, land tax, susceptibility to flooding or subsidence, or liability for unsound building structures, repairs and raising enquiries on the same
• Receive and check mortgages instructions from lenders and undertake specific tasks required
• Prepare transfer and mortgage deeds
• Pay stamp taxes and deal with the registration of client and lender with the land registry

Licensed Conveyancer Requirements:


• Strong background within Conveyancing/ property law
• The ideal candidate will be qualified Solicitor/ Legal Executive/ Conveyancer with at least 3 years PQE and should be confident in handling all aspects of transactions.
• The individual will need to be self-sufficient and have a good knowledge of a range of sale and purchase transactions with limited supervision provided.
• Solid experience in residential and commercial property matters in essential
• Ability to use property case management systems such as Osprey
• Excellent attention to detail
• The ability to work to tight timescales with a sense of urgency
• The aptitude to work efficiently and effectively to progress your case load whilst maintaining the highest quality of work
• A positive, enthusiastic and proactive approach to your work
• A strong understanding of property law
• Professional, ambitious and self-motivated
• Able to take instruction, process, act and improve
• Strong written and verbal communication skills, demonstrating an ability to communicate with colleagues at all levels
• Strong customer service who put the customer at the forefront
• The ability to work alongside tight deadlines, show flexibility and prioritise workloads in a consistent manner
• Strong attention to detail and an investigating nature
• Excellent organisational skills
• A hunger to achieve and go above and beyond
• The ability to positively influence others

Licensed Conveyancer Benefits:


As a business we pride ourselves on our core values of being open, honest and hardworking.  This is a huge potential to develop and grow within a fun and exciting environment, where your perspective matters, your development is at the forefront where endless opportunities are offered to support your personal growth and expansion of the business by having a voice and being part of making critical business decisions, you will no longer be viewed as a cog in a wheel!


• As a Licensed Conveyancer you will enjoy a secure, supportive and progressive working environment
• Your contribution and achievements will be recognised and rewarded
• Comprehensive training as well as development and career progression opportunities
• 28 days holiday
• Various lifestyle benefits

If you think that you are suitable for this Licensed Conveyancer role, please apply now!

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Legal Counsel

QS

1 day ago
1 day ago

QS is a global leader in higher education services. We are the data analytics, performance insight provider and intelligence partner supporting university excellence across the world. Our student recruitment and enrolment solutions enable universities and business schools to connect with talented individuals that are seeking to further their academic progress and career development. Our portfolio of professional services includes consultancy, student mobility and academic partnerships management, and branding solutions.

We publish highly visible and influential rankings of international universities, including the QS World University Rankings® which reaches a global audience of hundreds of millions of people.

QS keeps growing organically, through acquisition and by recruiting top talent across key regions.

The Role:

We are looking for a qualified Legal Counsel to oversee the legal aspects of our business. You will safeguard our reputation by guaranteeing that the company strictly follows legal guidelines and give legal advice to management about all relevant issues.

The successful candidate will effectively ensure legal conformity and minimize probability of exposure.

A 15-25 hr a week role, which could be done flexibly over 5 days a week.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Create the appropriate legal contractual framework for customer and supplier contracts
  • Give accurate and timely counsel to executives in a variety of legal topics (labour law, partnerships, international ventures, corporate finance etc.)
  • Collaborate with management to ensure we have a robust contractual process
  • Specify internal governance policies and regularly monitor compliance
  • Research and evaluate different risk factors regarding business decisions and operations
  • Apply effective risk management techniques and offer proactive advice on possible legal issues
  • Communicate and negotiate with external parties (regulators, external counsel, public authority etc.), creating relationships of trust
  • Draft and solidify agreements, contracts and other legal documents to ensure the company's full legal rights are protected
  • Deal with complex matters with multiple stakeholders
  • Provide clarification on legal language or specification to colleagues across the business
  • Conduct your work with integrity and responsibility
  • Maintain current knowledge of alterations in legislation
  • Support for Data protection and Employee Relations cases
  • Manage company trademarks
  • Ability to work across jurisdictions, for a company with main offices in UK, India, Romania, Australia, Malaysia and customers globally
  • Ability to seek and supervise local legal counsel where needed

The ideal candidate will have:

  • Proven experience as a Legal Counsel in a business environment
  • Excellent knowledge and understanding of corporate law and procedures
  • Full comprehension of the influences of the external environment of a corporation
  • Demonstrated ability to create legal defensive or proactive strategies
  • High degree of professional ethics and integrity
  • Sound judgement and ability to analyse situations and information
  • Outstanding communication skills
  • BSc degree in Law or J.D. degree
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Global Partnerships Counsel

Stripe

London, London
5 days ago
London, London
5 days ago

In this role you will:

Serve as counsel for Stripe’s global partnerships team, helping to build and grow Stripe’s relationships with domestic and international financial institutions, payment and card networks, and technology and commerce partners.
Work closely with Stripe’s payments, banking and financial products, new markets, partnerships, and other teams to structure and negotiate agreements with partners, to manage existing partner relationships, and to get new, fully localized products to market across Stripe’s growing footprint in the EMEA region and around the world.
Coordinate with product, engineering, and other teams at Stripe to ensure that the deals we enter will support Stripe’s current and future product development.
Scale our deals and the products they support by helping to develop, share, and deploy knowledge and best practices for working with partners, including the application of payment network rules, regulations, and contractual commitments to Stripe’s products and services.
Manage outside counsel across multiple jurisdictions to ensure timely and knowledgeable support of critical deals.

To be considered for this role, you must have:

5+ years of experience as a qualified lawyer working on complex transactions, including being lead lawyer on high-value, strategic deals negotiating opposite experienced counsel.
A broad legal knowledge that enables you to spot and resolve a variety of legal issues in transactions across multiple jurisdictions (e.g., contract, IP, privacy, consumer protection, regulatory); strong drafting chops with an aversion to gratuitous “whereas”es, “heretofore”s, and other words for words’ sake; and an ability to identify and communicate practical, risk-based solutions to issues as the lead negotiator and drafter of business-critical agreements.
Experience counseling product teams, technical teams, and other clients on deal structure and its application to goals for their products and teams.
Strong interest in financial technology.
Extreme organizational skills.

The person we want to hire for this role will also:

Be a terrific deal lawyer–willing and able to roll up your sleeves and get into the details of major deals.
Have worked in, or closely with, one or more technology companies to structure complex financial services relationships.
Have a solid understanding of payments systems and other financial products and services, as well as related financial services and privacy regulations (or the aptitude and interest to master these areas quickly).
Have experience doing deals involving major financial institutions and working in a regulated space.
Have experience doing international deals and working across cultures.
Love technology and be a quick study on new things, how they work, and what they do.
Thrive working on a team in a fast-paced environment with priorities that frequently change and occasionally compete.
Be a great communicator and solid project manager, able to effectively prioritize and advance a large number of deals happening simultaneously, often on tight deadlines.

To apply:
Please include a resume and LinkedIn profile. 

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Special Counsel, Dispute Resolution & Litigation, 10-15 years' experience

Kennedys Law

2 days ago
2 days ago

Kennedys is seeking a senior Lawyer to manage a caseload and assist our Partners on dispute resolution & litigation based disputes across professional indemnity, marine and property matters.

We are looking for candidates with high calibre training in dispute resolution & litigation matters, who are technically capable, who can develop and maintain excellent client relationships and who are keen to be involved in marketing/business development and client training activities.

Team

Kennedys has operated in Australia since 2006.We handle contentious and non-contentious matters for many industries, and provide claim and coverage advice to insurers and insureds for all lines of business across the globe. With over 2,200 people worldwide and around 110 in Australia.

Clients

  • Domestic and international insurers
  • Directors and other professionals
  • Local and state Governments
  • Ship owners, ports, charterers

Required experience

  • 10-15 years' experience with marine, property and professional indemnity experience
  • Demonstrate first rate legal/commercial knowledge with strong technical and research skills
  • Ability to draft, advise and negotiate in relation to both straightforward and complex matters
  • Have excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Running own caseload
  • Methodical and organised approach to file management.

About Kennedys

Kennedys is a global law firm with expertise in dispute resolution and advisory services. With over 2,200 people worldwide across 42 offices in the UK, Europe, Middle East, Asia Pacific and America we have some of the most respected legal minds in their field.

Our lawyers handle both contentious and non-contentious matters, and provide a range of specialist legal services, for many industry sectors but we have particular expertise in litigation and dispute resolution, especially in defending insurance and liability claims.

We're a fresh-thinking firm, and we're not afraid to bring challenging new perspectives to the table way beyond the traditional realm of legal services. We empower our clients with a diverse range of ideas, tools and technology to make their lives easier, as well as delivering exceptional results, every time.

What do we have to offer?

We welcome high-performing lawyers, business services professionals, secretaries, graduates and apprentices to join our rapidly expanding global firm. Whatever your role at Kennedys, you'll be involved in exciting and stimulating work, where your input will make a difference.

Our culture and values form a big part of who we are and we take them seriously. We make a difference by being approachable,straightforward, supportive and distinctive. Our values are at the core of who we are and what make us a great firm to work with and for.

We develop careers in an innovative and collaborative global environment, with our values at the core. We believe that supporting individual growth and development puts us in the best position to attract and retain talented individuals. Regardless of role or level, everyone has access to virtual learning to help you develop your skills, wherever you are in the world. A variety of other exciting opportunities are available including secondments to clients and our global offices as well as a comprehensive benefits package (details are available upon request).

We've created a culture based on client service, professional excellence, hard work and trust. We deeply value the relationships we build with our clients and we know that they value our warm, friendly human approach. We are here to provide answers, recommendations, strategy and tactics.

Kennedys is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to ensuring our recruitment processes are as inclusive as possible. We expect all employees to be aware of and comply with all relevant policies and procedures within their jurisdiction, including those relating to Information Security, Data Protection and Quality Management, refer any breach promptly to Risk & Compliance and to complete all mandatory training when requested.

*Where a level of experience is indicated, this is a guideline only and represents the amount of time we would usually expect a candidate to accumulate the requisite level of experience. This does not preclude applications from candidates with more or less experience.

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Employed Barrister

Weightmans

30+ days ago
30+ days ago
Role profile:Role Profile Level 3
PQE:2-6
Term:Permanent
Working hours:Full-time (Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.30pm)
Division:Litigation, Transaction and Advisory
Team:Litigation
The Firm

Weightmans is a Top 45 law firm with offices throughout the UK. Having been recognised as the leading legal employer at the annual Britain's Top Employers awards 2019 and achieved record rankings in Chambers UK, we are immensely proud of the work we carry out for our clients and the culture we provide to our people.

The Department

Our national Litigation department provides litigation and advisory services to the insurance industry and commercial clients. We act on behalf of (re)insurers, professional practices, corporations and regulatory bodies. We have significant experience of working with the construction, financial, broking and legal sectors, in particular. Members of our department regularly deal with high-profile and sensitive issues with far reaching implications, and litigate cases in which landmark decisions are reached. We resolve disputes via litigation, arbitration, adjudication, mediation and regulatory ombudsman services.

The role

Please note: This role can be based in our Birmingham, Leeds, London, Liverpool, Manchester or Newcastle office. 

The Litigation team undertakes a broad range of substantial, challenging work, largely of a contentious nature. This includes claims against a wide variety of professional service providers together with insurance and reinsurance disputes. This role will focus largely on claims and related insurance issues concerning commercial organisations such as building contractors, engineers, architects, surveyors, investment managers, insurers, fund managers and financial advisers. The coverage disputes element of the role will cover a range of insurance policies including PI, EL/PL, D&O, CAR and property.

Main duties and responsibilities

  • Managing your own caseload, including proactive management of cases with limited supervision
  • Assisting the partners with their caseloads
  • Advising clients in relation to issues of liability and coverage
  • Preparing detailed and technical reports, correspondence and court documents
  • Liaising with insurer and insured clients, experts, witnesses, counsel and other parties
  • Ensuring compliance with relevant deadlines, quality measures and key performance indicators
  • Ensuring compliance with client service level agreements, relevant policies and procedures
  • Supporting business development initiatives
  • Completion of management information
  • Working in accordance with Weightmans’ values

This list is not intended to be exhaustive and you will be expected to perform other duties and have other responsibilities that fall within the wider remit of the role. 

The person specification
  • 2-6 years’ call 
  • Experience of insurance litigation and policy coverage analysis is essential
  • Experience of professional indemnity is essential, preferably with a focus on construction professionals. 
  • Understanding of commercial insurance policies, the insurance market, reporting arrangements, reserving philosophies, and the relationship between brokers, underwriters/insurers and lawyers is highly desirable
  • Previous secondment to or employment with an insurance organisation would be advantageous
  • Ability to work to deadlines / targets, to prioritise and manage a caseload and deliver effective solutions
  • Ability to work well as part of a team and on your own initiative with a positive attitude
  • A commercial, solution-driven and client-focused approach
  • Strong legal and analytical skills with an eye for detail
  • Excellent organisation and time-management skills
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Excellent IT skills
Other Information

Please note:

  • Any reference to experience or PQE in our adverts or job descriptions is to be used as a guideline only. We welcome applicants from all backgrounds and with different levels of experience who can demonstrate that they fulfil the requirements of the role.

  • The successful candidate appointed to this role will be subject to our standard background checking process, and any offer of employment made is conditional upon successful completion of those checks. Further details can be obtained from the Recruitment team.

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Lawyer, Capital Markets

Funding Circle

30+ days ago
30+ days ago
Who we are?

We want to help small businesses win. That’s why we’re here. 

We connect small business owners to investors – to create jobs, support local communities and power economies – because we believe that people are made to do more. And we want to help realize their goals. 

So, we created the leading small business loan platform. Investors have lent £9.8 billion in 130,000 loans to 90,000 small business owners. In a single year, this lending unlocked 115,000 jobs and contributed £6.5 billion to the global economy. There’s never been a better time to join! 

Be part of the team that changes everything. Let’s build the place where small businesses can get the funding they need to win and leave a legacy behind, forever. 

What you will be doing:

As a Capital Markets Lawyer you will provide legal advice and support to the UK Funding Circle Capital Markets team focusing on direct lending and structured financing funding solutions for loans originated through our platform, and securitisation.

  • Advising on structuring, negotiation, drafting and execution of capital   markets   transactions relating to loans originated through our platform.
  • Collaborating with other members of Funding Circle global legal team and Funding Circle business teams.
  • Working closely with commercial teams on transactions.
  • Instructing and managing outside counsel as needed; and providing general support driving strategic business initiatives, including development and deployment of new products, policies and solutions.

You should be a team player and keen to expand your existing skill set!

You’ve been there and done this…

  • English (UK) law qualified with 3 - 5 years PQE in structured finance and/or capital markets (or equivalent). Experience in leveraged finance and/or funds also considered.
  • Beginning-to-end   expertise   in   complex   structured   finance transactions and/or securitisation, including drafting and review of all related documentation.
  • Good knowledge of regulatory issues relating to financing, securitisation and/or direct lending, including AIFMD, MIFID, the Securitisation Regulation (including STS and risk retention), and disclosure (you know your way around MAR).
  • Proven ability building trusted, client-facing professional relationships while maintaining independence.

You are:

  • Self-sufficient with strong communication skills mean you have made a seamless transition to remote working.
  • Adaptable – you thrive in a frequently changing environment.
  • Practical – able to think commercially in relation to legal issues and apply “black letter” law to come up with real-life solutions.
  • Mentally agile – able to think around the issues and adjust your strategic approach.
  • People person – you have strong interpersonal skills and are able to build relationships and consensus with differing personality types.
  • Proactive – able to prioritise and execute and manage your time appropriately.

It would be great if you’ve also got...

  • European language skills, in particular Dutch, German or Spanish.

Why should you join us?  

We’re gearing up for our biggest chapter yet – and it’s being driven by all of our Circlers. 

We think of ourselves as the career launchpad. A place to develop yourself, fast. Real work. Real experience. Real opportunities to collect skills. Think big remits and huge ownership to make great things happen. 

Our vibrant culture is built around potential and creating a place where you can really be you. We keep it agile and open. All voices heard. Because we believe great ideas come from everywhere. 

If you show skill and are willing, we’ll back you all the way. This is the place for you to build something incredible. 

It’s in our differences that we find our strengths.
At Funding Circle, we celebrate and support the differences that make you, you. We’re proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and affirmative action employer. We truly believe that diversity makes us better. We particularly encourage applications from applicants from underrepresented backgrounds. We welcome applicants who may want to work flexibly. 
Want to Build The Incredible? We’d love to hear from you.
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Senior Associate, Property Litigation, 6+ years' experience

Kennedys Law

30+ days ago
30+ days ago

Kennedys is looking for a Senior Associate to join the Real Estate and Construction team in our London office. This is a fantastic opportunity for a Senior Associate/Legal Director level candidate to make their next career step, working collaboratively as part of an expanding team, providing advice for our clients as the 'go to' for property litigation matters.

The role will involve opportunities to grow the practice and secure new clients, as well as contribute to internal and client training and thought leadership content.

The ideal candidate will be able to take conduct of files with relatively little supervision and be able to supervise and train junior members of the team in a supportive environment, consistent with Kennedys' values.

Team

Kennedys' specialist Real Estate and Construction team work across a wide range of real estate sectors, from commercial landlords and occupiers in the retail, leisure, hospitality, manufacturing, telecoms, and education sectors, to local authority and the public sector and both private and public healthcare providers, through to supporting property development projects, finance, planning and investment. We provide leading advice on construction disputes and other real estate litigation.

Clients

  • Investors
  • Fund and property managers
  • Pension funds
  • Insurers
  • Business occupiers
  • Banks
  • Commercial landlords
  • Commercial tenants
  • Commercial and residential developers
  • Local authorities
  • Healthcare providers in the private and public sectors

Required experience

  • 6+ years UK Qualified Solicitor or CILEX qualified with the relevant experience*
  • Experience of taking a lead role in large cases working closely as part of a team with colleagues in the Real Estate and Construction team
  • In-depth knowledge of Landlord & Tenants Act 1954
  • The ability to give advice and support to colleagues in relation non-contentious commercial and development matters including VP strategies
  • Regular contributor to internal and client training
  • Experience of arbitration and negotiation and of dealing with matters relevant to Property Litigation referred to above
  • Recognised as a role model by team members by demonstrating and promoting the firm's values.

About Kennedys

Kennedys is a global law firm with expertise in dispute resolution and advisory services. With over 2,200 people worldwide across 42 offices in the UK, Europe, Middle East, Asia Pacific and America we have some of the most respected legal minds in their field.

Our lawyers handle both contentious and non-contentious matters, and provide a range of specialist legal services, for many industry sectors but we have particular expertise in litigation and dispute resolution, especially in defending insurance and liability claims.

We're a fresh-thinking firm, and we're not afraid to bring challenging new perspectives to the table way beyond the traditional realm of legal services. We empower our clients with a diverse range of ideas, tools and technology to make their lives easier, as well as delivering exceptional results, every time.

What do we have to offer?

We welcome high-performing lawyers, business services professionals, secretaries, graduates and apprentices to join our rapidly expanding global firm. Whatever your role at Kennedys, you'll be involved in exciting and stimulating work, where your input will make a difference.

Our culture and values form a big part of who we are and we take them seriously. We make a difference by being approachable,straightforward, supportive and distinctive. Our values are at the core of who we are and what make us a great firm to work with and for.

We develop careers in an innovative and collaborative global environment, with our values at the core. We believe that supporting individual growth and development puts us in the best position to attract and retain talented individuals. Regardless of role or level, everyone has access to virtual learning to help you develop your skills, wherever you are in the world. A variety of other exciting opportunities are available including secondments to clients and our global offices as well as a comprehensive benefits package (details are available upon request).

We've created a culture based on client service, professional excellence, hard work and trust. We deeply value the relationships we build with our clients and we know that they value our warm, friendly human approach. We are here to provide answers, recommendations, strategy and tactics.

Kennedys is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to ensuring our recruitment processes are as inclusive as possible. We expect all employees to be aware of and comply with all relevant policies and procedures within their jurisdiction, including those relating to Information Security, Data Protection and Quality Management, refer any breach promptly to Risk & Compliance and to complete all mandatory training when requested.

*Where a level of experience is indicated, this is a guideline only and represents the amount of time we would usually expect a candidate to accumulate the requisite level of experience. This does not preclude applications from candidates with more or less experience.

Salary

£50k Per Year

Job Type

Full Time

Posted

16 days ago

Description

An exciting opportunity at a Solicitors practice in Newport South Wales for an experienced family lawyer to work with partners in their busy private practice, including high net worth clients.

You will be expected to work independently advising clients on all aspects of family law. 
Salary up to £50,000.00 per annum. 

COVID safety measures are in place, no clients are allowing into the office at the moments, all common areas are sanitized regularly and masks are required to be worn when not at your desk. 

Free on site parking is also available.