Health & Social Care Solicitor (Children’s), NQ-5 years PQE, Birmingham, £52,000 - £62,000 (DOE) Market leading, national law firm looking to add a talented Children’s Health & Social Care Solicitor to its team in Birmingham - To apply or register your interest, please call Penny on 0121 454 1004 and quote Job Ref: 4533
• This award winning law firm continues to experience significant success and continues to go from strength to strength across all the sectors it is active in.
• It is currently looking to appoint a Solicitor to join its team in Birmingham that specialises in providing advice to clients across the health and social care sectors for children and young people.
• Applications are sought from Newly Qualified Solicitors up to 5 Years PQE with a real interest in developing a career in health, social care and education law.
• The role will involve advising clients on a range of child health, social care and education issues, both contentious and non-contentious.
• Experience in children's and education law and a good understanding of the Children Acts, the Mental Capacity Act and the Education Acts would be advantageous.
• As the team continues to expand, you can expect career opportunities and a clear path towards partnership.
• Competitive salary and benefits package which will include enhanced annual leave, bonus and private health care
• Hybrid & flexible working opportunities available
HOW TO APPLY:
Contact Penny Trotman at eNL on 0121 454 1004 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with your CV, or simply call for a confidential discussion. eNL will never share your CV with a third party without your express permission. As part of our candidate care process, we aim to respond to all applications in 7 days. If you have not been contacted within this timescale, your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion. Please note our advertisements use PQE/salary levels purely as a guide.
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