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Job reference PCT 26 SB6

Job title:Private Client Solicitor (2-6 PQE)
Job consultant:Stephen Benwell
Job type:Permanent
Job location:London, England

Job description

An established regional law firm with a strong Private Client team are seeking to further grow their Private Wealth team in London. The firm are looking to employ an associate solicitor with over 2 year's post qualification experience with experience in tax issues and succession planning.

The law firm's Private Client department are known for their experience on a wide variety of private wealth matters. The practice offer advice on succession planning, providing solutions to inheritance tax and Capital gains tax mitigation. The department offer advice on domestic and international taxation to clients including; families, trustees and high-net worth individuals.

This role represents the opportune time to join a growing and collegiate team and work alongside practitioners that are leaders within this field. The successful candidate will have a busy caseload handling a variety of Private Client matters and offer advice to wealthy families on drafting wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney. With the ability to offer specialist advice on trusts and tax planning.

The successful candidate will have a strong academics and would have gained a minimum of 2 years' post qualification experience within a respected City, regional or west-end law firm.

Cogence Search are a market-leading recruitment firm based in London. Our legal recruitment team assist lateral Partner and associate movement within boutique, nationwide, U.S. and Global Law Firms. We are operating as a legal recruitment agency in relation to this position. For more legal based roles please visit

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