Associate Solicitor – Family (3-5 years + PQE)

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The role

Morr & Co LLP is an established but modern top 200 law firm with plans for growth. We have offices in Wimbledon, Surrey and Hampshire.

We pride ourselves on providing high quality advice for our clients. The firm's culture of listening to and supporting others applies as much to the approach we take with our clients as it does to the connections we build with our colleagues.

We have a long history and big ambitions, and we believe that we combine the quality, capability, and resources of a large firm with the approachability of a smaller practice.

Our Family Lawyers recognise the complex emotions that accompany family problems and the need for empathetic, calm advice in difficult situations. Our specialist team have a reputation for acting for high-net-worth individuals in complex and international cases. Partners and team are ranked in both Chambers and Legal 500.

Responsible for a caseload of private family matters including:

• Divorce and Dissolution of civil partnerships
• Financial remedy
• Financial provision for children and separation agreements
• Cohabitation agreements
• Child arrangements

Salary and benefits

We offer very competitive salaries and generous benefits.

You will also benefit from our career development programme. We are award winning in relation to the investment we make in our people, and we will provide you with clear expectations of your role, including a route-map for your progression, assessment and individual feedback. You will be provided with access to technical training tailored to you and will be rewarded based on what you contribute, not your tenure.

Morr & Co LLP are committed to promoting equal opportunities for all candidates irrespective of age, sex, ethnicity, gender identity or disability. We value difference and want everyone who works with us to feel that our firm is a place where our colleagues can be themselves and belong.

The firm is committed to providing an environment in which the rights and dignity of all its employees are respected, and which is free from discrimination, prejudice, intimidation and all forms of harassment including bullying.

If, as a result of a disability, you believe that there are aspects of the recruitment process or when working with us that you would find more difficult, please contact a member of HR Team as soon as possible. We will then be able to discuss with you any reasonable adjustments that could be made to the recruitment process or the job itself.

Any equality data provided by you will be used to monitor our diversity policies and practices.

Candidate specification

The successful candidate will be 3-5 years + PQE with the ability to advise and support clients on a wide array of family matters including Divorce, Financial Remedy and Private Law Children Act cases.

Additional information:

• Ability to manage client expectations and relationships
• Conscientious, hardworking, with developed critical thinking abilities and excellent communication, organisation and analytical skills
• Ability to work to strict deadlines, targets and client protocols while maintaining high standards in terms of accuracy and quality
• A competent practitioner and advocate
• Proficient file management
• A proven team player with the ability to work as part of a team and supporting more junior staff members
• Proven commitment to winning new client business through referral and business development activities

How to apply

If you would like to know more about this role, please contact Michelle Fragniere directly on 07921758215 or via the email address below.

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