Private Client Lawyer 3+ PQE
Our Private Client team is seeking highly a motivated, professional candidate ideally with a minimum of 3 years PQE, with excellent academics who can demonstrate a breadth of experience and a keen desire to develop their knowledge and practice.
The successful candidate can expect a range of private client work in a supportive collegiate team that is widely recognised for its expertise in this area. The Private Client team handles high quality work including: the administration of complex estates; advising on residence and domicile; cross-border issues; advising individuals on the tax implications of family breakdown; succession planning for family businesses and entrepreneurs; the creation, administration and taxation of trusts; advising on and drafting wills; taxation advice; and advising on capacity issues. Our client base is varied but we act for high-net worth individuals and their families who are UK based as well as international clients.
You will regularly work with other teams including our Trusts & Estates Disputes, Corporate & Commercial, Real Estate and Family.
We are looking for an ambitious, professional candidate with excellent academics (ideally having achieved a minimum of a 2:1) to join our team. The successful candidate will be expected to demonstrate sound knowledge and experience of a range of private client work with a particular focus on tax. It is essential for the candidate to be able to develop and maintain good client relationships. A proven ability to supervise and delegate will be important whilst demonstrating a team ethos and acting as a role model for others.
Russell-Cooke offers an excellent opportunity to join a stimulating work environment working alongside friendly and supportive colleagues. The Private Client Team is client-focused in its approach and offers superb career development opportunities.
Please include the following information when making your application: your current location, why you have chosen to apply to Russell-Cooke, why you are leaving your current employment (if applicable) and your current salary.